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OFFICIAL REGISTER 



OF THE 



UNITED STATES 

1925 



CONTAINING A LIST OF PERSONS OCCUPYING ADMINISTRATIVE 

AND SUPERVISORY POSITIONS IN EACH EXECUTIVE AND 

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT OF THE GOVERNMENT 

INCLUDING THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 



COMPILED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 
BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 




The law directing the compilation and publication of the Official Register 

does not provide for the free distribution of the volume. Copies can be 

procured only by purchase from the Superintendent of Documents 

Washington, D. C. Price, 60 cents (Buckram) 



GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
WASHINGTON ^ 
1925 



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EXTRACT FROM PUBLIC ACT NO. 539 OF THE 
SIXTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. DIRECTING THE 
COMPILING AND PUBLISHING OF THE OFFICIAL 
REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES. 



OFFICIAL REGISTER 

Sec. 2. (a) That the Director of the Census shall cause to be 
compiled, edited, indexed and published, on or before the first 
Monday in October of each year an Official Register of the United 
States which shall contain a full and complete list of all persons 
occupying administrative and supervisory positions in each exec- 
utive and judicial department of the Government, including the 
District of Columbia, in connection with which salaries are paid 
from the Treasury of the United States. The Register shall show 
the name; official title; salary, compensation and emoluments; 
legal residence and place of employment for each person listed 
therein: Provided however. That the Official Register shall not 
contain the name of any postmaster, assistant postmaster or 
officer of the Army, Navy and Marine Corps. 

(b) To enable the Director of the Census to compile and pub- 
lish the Official Register of the United States, the Executive 
Office, the judiciary, the Commissioners of the District of Colum- 
bia, and the head of each executive department, independent 
office, establishment and commission of the Government shall, 
as of the 1st day of July of each year, supply to the Director of 
the Census the data required by this section, upon forms ap- 
proved and furnished by him, in due time to permit the publica- 
tion of the Official Register as herein provided; and no extra com- 
pensation shall be allowed to any officer, clerk, or employee of 
the Bureau of the Census for compiling the Official Register. 

(c) Of the Official Register there shall be printed and bound a 
sufficient number of copies for the following distribution to be 
made by the Superintendent of Documents: To the President 
of the United States, four copies, one copy of which shall be for 
the library of the Executive Office; to the Vice President of the 
United States, 2 copies; to each Senator, Representative, Dele- 
gate and Resident Commissioner in Congress, three copies; to 
the Secretary and the Sergeant at .\rnis of the Senate and to the 
Clerk, the Sergeant at .\rms, and the Doorkeeper of the House, 
one copy each; to the library of the Senate and the House, each, 
not to exceed fifteen copies; to the Library of Congress, twenty- 
five copies, and to the Commissioners of the District of Columbia, 
10 copies. The usual number of the Official Register shall not be 
printed. 

(d) That Section 510 of the Revised Statutes of the I'nited 
States, and all acts or parts of acts amendatory thereof or sup- 
plemental thereto, he, and the same are hereby, repealed. 



(II) 



CONTENTS 



LEGISLATIVE 

Page 

SENATE- - . - — - --- 1 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 3 

qovkrnment printing office... - 6 

Library of Congress 7 

United States Botanic Oarden 7 

EXECUTIVE 



THE WHITE HOUSE 

Pagp 

Office of the President 11 

DEPARTMENT OF STATE 

Office of the Secretary -._ 1-' 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Office of the Secretary l.i 

Comptroller of the Currency 13 

Treasurer of the United States 13 

Public Debt Service 13 

Coiinnissioner of Accounts and Deposits 13 

Bureau of the Budget _ 14 

Internal Revenue Bureau _-_ 14 

Commissioner's office 14 

Accounts and collections unit 14 

Income tax unit 14 

Miscellaneous tax unit . _ _ 14 

Collectors of internal revenue 14 

Chief deputy collectors IS 

Supervising' agents and agents in charge.. _ 17 

Supervisors of accounts and collections IS 

Prohibition Unit. IS 

Prohibition administrators IH 

Narcotic agents in charge 18 

Solicitor's Office 19 

Customs Division 19 

Collectors of customs 19 

Appraisers of merchandise 20 

Comptrollers of customs 20 

Surveyors of customs 20 

Board of General Appraisers 20 

Special agency service 20 

Special and customs agents in charge 20 

Customs attaches in charge 21 

Mint Bureau 21 

Mint and assay offices 21 

Federal Farm Loan Bureau... 21 

Bureau of ICngra ving and Printing 22 

Office of the Supervising Architect 22 

Custodian service 22 

United States Coast Guard 22 

Public Ilealth Service '23 

Office of the Surgeon General 23 

Service at large 23 

Hygienic Laboratory 2(i 

Bureau of Supply 2'! 

WAR DEPARTMENT 

Office of the Secretary 27 

Office of Assistant Secretary of War 27 

War Department General StafT... . .27 

Office of the Chief of Cavalrv.. . . 27 

Office of the Chief of Field Artillery. 28 

Office of the Chief of Coast Artillery... ... .. 2S 

Ofi&ce of the Chief of Infantry 2S 

Office of the Chief of Chaplains . . . 2-* 

Office of The Adjutant General 2S 

Officer of the Inspector General 2-( 

Office of the Juiige Advocate General. 19 

Office of the Quartermaster General . . 29 

Quartermaster Corps. 29 



WAR DEPARTMENT— Continued 

Page 

Office of the Chief of Finance 29 

Finance Department at large 30 

Olfice (jf the Surgeon General 30 

.Medical Department of the Army... 30 

Office of the Chief of Engineers 30 

Engineer Department at large 31 

Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors, 

Washington, 1). C 32 

Office of the Chief of Ordnance 32 

Onhiance Department at Large 32 

Office of the Chief Signal Officer 34 

Signal Service at large 34 

Office of Chief of .\ir Service 34 

\ir Service at large 35 

Flying fields.. 35 

Air interuiediate depots 35 

Airdromes 35 

Offices of procurement planning representa- 
tives 35 

District procurement offices 35 

Bureau of Insular Affairs 36 

Government of the Philippine Islands 36 

(lovernnient of Porto Rico 36 

Militia Bureau 36 

Office of Chief of Chemical Warfare Service... 36 

Edgewood .\rsenal, Edgewood, Md. 37 

Chemical Warfare Service School, Edgewood, 

Md 37 

1'he Army War College, Washington, D. C... 37 

United States Military .Academv, West Point, 

N. y 37 

National Board for the Promotion of Rifle 

Practice, Washington, D. C 37 

1 liiector of (^ivilian Marksmanship, Washing- 
ton, D. C 37 

Army Corps Areas and Departments 37 

First (^orps Area 37 

Second Corps .\rea.. 38 

Third Corps Area 38 

Fourth Corps Area... 38 

Fifth Corps Area 39 

Sixth Corps Area 39 

Seventh Corps Area 39 

Eighth Corps Area 39 

Ninth Corps Area 40 

Hawaiian Department 40 

United States Army Forces in China, Tient- 
sin, China 40 

Philippine Department 40 

Panama Canal Department 41 

District of Washington, D. C 41 

The C,eneral Service Schools, Fort Leaven- 
worth, Kans 41 

Command and General StafT School, Fort 

Leavenworth, Kans 41 

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

Office of the Attnrney General 42 

United States penitentiaries 42 

Atlanta, Ga 42 

Leavenworth, Kans 42 

.McNeil Island, Wash 42 

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Contents 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 

Page 

Bureau of the Postmiister Cleneral 43 

Inspection Service 43 

Bureau of the First Assistant Postmaster 

General.- _ 43 

Bureau of the Second Assistant Postmaster 

General.- 43 

Railway Mail Service 44 

Bureau of the Third Assistant Postmaster 

General 44 

Biu-eau of the Fourth Assistant Postmaster 

General - 44 

NAVY DEPARTMENT 

Office of the Secretary 45 

Office of the Chief of Naval Operations 45 

Bureau of Navigation 45 

Bureau of Ordnance 45 

Bureau of Engineering - 46 

Bureau of Aeronautics .-- 46 

Bureau of Construction and Repair 46 

Bureau of Yards and Docks 46 

Bureau of Supplies and Accounts 46 

Bureau of Medicine and Surgery 46 

United States Marine Corps 47 

Office of the Judge Advocate General— 47 

Naval Establishment.. 47 

Navy yard, Washington, D. C 47 

United States Naval Academy. Annapolis, 

Md 47 

First naval district, Boston, Mass 47 

Navy yard, Portsmouth, N. H 47 

Naval War College, Newport, R. I... 47 

Third naval district. New York, N. Y 47 

Fourth naval district, Philadelphia, Pa 47 

Fifth naval district, naval operating base, 

Hampton Roads, Va 48 

Navy yard, Norfolk, Va 48 

Sixth naval district, Charleston, 3. C 48 

Seventh naval district, naval operating base. 

Key West, Fla 48 

Eighth naval district, naval station, New 

Orleans, La. - - - 48 

Ninth naval district. Great Lakes, 111. 48 

Eleventh naval district, naval operating base, 

San Diego, Calif 48 

Twelfth naval district, naval operating base, 

San Francisco, Calif- 48 

Thirteenth naval district, Seattle. Wash 48 

Fourteenth naval district, navai operating 

base. Pearl Harbor, T. H 48 

Fifteenth naval district, Balboa. ''. Z 48 

Sixteenth naval district, naval station, 

Cavite, P. I 49 

Naval station, Olongapo, P. I 49 

Naval station, Guam, M. I 49 

Naval station, Tutuila, American Samoa 49 

Naval station, St. Thomas, V. I 49 

Naval station, Guantanarao Bay. Cuba 49 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Office of the Secretary 50 

General Land Office 50 

Chiefs of division 50 

Cadastral engineering service (field) 50 

District cadastral engineers 50 

Office cadastral engineers 50 

Registers, district land offices 51 

Receivers, district land offices 51 

Inspection service 51 

Chippewa logging service 52 

Office of Indian Affairs 52 

Indian field service 52 

Pension Office 64 

Chiefs of divisions... 54 

Bureau of Education 54 

Chiefs of divisions 54 

District superintendents of schools in Aiaska. 54 

Physicians in charge of hospitals 64 

Geological Survey.. 54 

Geologic branch... 55 

Topographic branch 55 

Alaskan branch 55 

Conservation branch 55 

Water resources branch 55 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR— Con. 

Page 

Bureau of reclamation. 56 

National Park Service.. _ 56 

Washington office 56 

National Park Service at large 57 

Superintendents of national parks 57 

Custodians of national monuments 57 

The Alaska Railroad 58 

St. Elizabeths Hospital 58 

Medical division 58 

.Administrative division 58 

Freedman's Hospital. -.-. 59 

Board of Indian Commissioners 59 

Howard University 59 

War Minerals Relief 59 

Southern Appalachian National Park Com- 
mission-. 59 

Columbia Institution for the Deaf 59 

Territorial officers 59 

Alaska and Hawaii 59 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Office of the Secretary 60 

Office of Personnel and Business Administra- 
tion - 60 

Office of the Solicitor 60 

District law officers 60 

Field title attorneys 60 

Office of Information 61 

Office of publications 61 

Press service 61 

Office of Experiment Stations 61 

Division of insular experiment stations 61 

Extension Service 61 

Office of cooperative estension work 61 

Weather Bureau 62 

Service and scientific divisions 62 

Regular meteorological field stations 62 

Bureau of Animal Industry 65 

Scientific and regulatory divisions 65 

Meat inspection field stations 65 

Animal husbandry field stations 67 

Hog-cholera field stations 68 

Field inspection stations 68 

Branch pathological laboratories 68 

Tick eradication field stations 68 

Tuberculosis eradication field stations 68 

Virus-serum control field stations 69 

Branch zoological laboratories 69 

Bureau of Dairying 69 

Scientific divisions 69 

Field stations 69 

Bureau of Plant Industry.. 69 

Scientific divisions 69 

Field headquarters 70 

(a) District supervisors in blister rust con- 

trol. 70 

(b) Group leaders in dryland agriculture.. 70 
Forest Service 70 

Service and technical divisions. 71 

Forest experiment stations 71 

Forest range experiment stations 71 

Northern National Forest district 71 

Rocky Mountain National Forest district... 72 

Southwestern National Forest district 72 

Intermountain National Forest district 72 

California National Forest district 73 

North Pacific National Forest district 73 

Eastern National Forest district 74 

Alaska National Forest district 74 

Bureau of Chemistry 74 

Scientific and regulatory divisions 74 

Food and drug inspection stations ^^.. 75 

Bureau of Soils 75 

Scientific divisions 76 

Soil survey districts 75 

Bureau of Entomology 75 

Scientific divisions 76 

Field laboratories and quarantine head- 
quarters 76 

Bureau of Biological Survey 76 

Scientific, economic, and regulatory divi- 
sions 76 

Wardens in charge of bird and game reserva- 
tions 76 

Experimental fur farm 77 



Contents 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE— Con. 

Bureau of Biological Survey— Continued. Page 
Field headquarters for rodent and predatory 

animal control 77 

(a) Rodent control 77 

(b) Predatory animal control... 77 

United States game wardens (enforcement of 

migratory-bird treaty and Lacey Acts) 77 

United States game wardens (protection of 

game and fur bearers in Alaska) 78 

Alaska game commissioners 78 

Bureau of Public Roads 78 

Scientific and technical divisions 78 

District headquarters for highway work 78 

(a) Eastern districts 78 

(b) Western districts 78 

Agiicultural engineering field headquarters.. 79 

Bureau of Agricultural Economics 79 

Scientific, service, and regulatory divisions. . 79 

Field headquarters 79 

(a) Marketing specialists under Cotton 

Futures .\.ct 79 

(b) Agricultural statisticians _-_ 79 

(c) Marketing specialists in charge of news 

and inspection services on dairy and 

poultry products _ _ . 80 

(d) Marketing specialists in charge of news 

service on fruits and vegetables 80 

(e) Marketing specialists in charge of in- 

spection service on fruits and vege- 
tables 80 

(f) Grain supervisors under Grain Stand- 

ards Act .- 81 

Administration of Grain Standards 

.\ct 81 

Inspection efficiency 81 

Board of review 81 

(g) Marketing specialists in charge of hay 

and seed marketing service 81 

(h) Marketing specialists in charge of news 

service on livestock, meats, and wool. 81 
(i) Marketing specialists in charge of cotton 

warehousing 81 

Bureau of Home Economics 81 

Scientific divisions 81 

Insecticide and Fungicide Board 82 

Field insecticide and fungicide inspectors 82 

Federal Horticultural Board 82 

Regulatory divisions 82 

Field headquarters 82 

{•aX Plant quarantine inspectors 82 

(b) Mexican border plant quarantine in- 

spectors 82 

(c) Pink bollworm eradication service 82 

(d) Date scale eradication service _. 83 

Packers and Stockyards .Administration 83 

Technical divisions 83 

Field headquarters 83 

(a) Stockyards district supervisors 83 

(b) Valuation engineer 83 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE— Con. 

Page 

Grain Futures Administration 83 

Field grain exchange supervisors 83 

Fixed Nitrogen Research Laboratory 83 

Technical divisions 83 

Library 83 

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Olfice of the Secretary 84 

Bureau of the Census 84 

Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce... 84 

Technical divisions 85 

Commodity divisions 85 

China trade act 86 

Regional offices 85 

Commercial attaches 85 

Resident trade commissioners 85 

District offices 86 

Division of customs statistics, New York 86 

Bureau of Standards 86 

Scientific and technical divisions 86 

Bureau of Fisheries _ 87 

Fishery stations 87 

Bureau of Lighthouses 87 

Lighthouse Service 87 

Coast and Geodetic Survey 88 

Field stations 88 

Bureau uf Navigation 88 

Shipping service 89 

Radio service 89 

Vessel service, enforcement of navigation 

lawsu 89 

Steamboat Inspection Service 89 

Patent Office 89 

Examining divisions 90 

Chiefs of divisions 91 

Bureau of Mines 91 

Chiefs of divisions 91 

Field stations 92 

Field offices 92 

Mineral resources 92 

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 

Office of the Secretary 93 

Division of Conciliation 93 

Bureau of Labor Statistics. 93 

Bureau of Immigration 93 

Immigration Service 93 

Children's Bureau 94 

Bureau of Naturalization 94 

Naturalization Service 94 

Women's Bureau 95 

Employment Service 95 

In District of Columbia 95 

Outside District of Columbia 95 

Bureau of Industrial Housing and Transporta- 
tion (United States Housing Corporation) 95 



MISCELLANEOUS „ 

Page 

Interstate Commerce Commission 96 

United States Railroad Labor Board.. _ 96 

United States Shipping Board 97 

United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation 97 

The Panama Canal 101 

United States Railroad .Administration 102 

Federal Power Commission _ 102 

Board of Road Commissioners for Alaska 102 

United Statls Tariff Commission 103 

Federal Reserve Board 103 

Federal Trade Commission 104 

War Finance Corporation 104 

United States Board of Tax Appeals 105 

World War Foreign Debt Commission.. 105 

-Alien Property Custodian 106 

Oil Conservation Board 105 

United States Veterans' Bureau 106 

Federal Board for Vocational Education 108 

-American Battle Monuments Commission 108 

Mixed Claims Commission, LTnited States and Germany 109 

.American and British Claims .Arbitration _ 109 



VI (Contents 



MISCELLANEOUS— Continued 

Page 

Inter-American Hioh Commission— Unitkd States Section ___ 109 

International Joint Commission llO 

International Boundary Commission— United States, Alaska, and Canada 110 

International Boundary Commission— United States and Mexico 110 

Claims Commissions— United States and Mexico llO 

General Claims Commission 110 

Special Claims Commission 110 

United States Civil Service Comnhssion HI 

United States Bureau of Efficiency 112 

Personnel Classification Board 112 

General Accounting Office 112 

United States Employees' Compensation Commission. 112 

Federal Coordinating Agencies .-. 113 

National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics 114 

The Aeronautical Board. 114 

The Joint Board 115 

United States Council of National Defense 115 

National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers 115 

United States Soldiers' Home 116 

Federal Narcotics Control Board 116 

National Screw Thread Commission 116 

Commission of Fine Arts 117 

Public Buildings and Public Parks _ 117 

Rock Creek and Potomac Parkway Commission 117 

John Ericsson Memorial Commission 117 

Meade Memorial Commission 117 

Ap.lington Memorial Bridge Commission 118 

National Capital Park Commission 118 

Commission on Navy Yards and Naval Stations 118 

United States Geographic Board ._ 118 

Board of Surveys and Maps of the Federal Government 118 

Smithsonian Institution 119 

District of Columbia Government 120 

Columbia Institution for the Deaf.. 125 

American National Red Cross 125 

Pan American Union 125 

Pan American Sanitary Bureau 125 

JUDICIAL 

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES 129 

United States Circuit Courts of Applals 129 

United States District Courts 130 

Court of Claims 141 

Court of Ci'stoms Appeals 141 

Court of Appeals of the District of Columbla 141 

Supreme Court of the District of Columbia .. 141 

United States Court for China- .-. 141 

APPENDIX 

Rates of pay of commissioned officers of the Array on active duty 143 

Rates of pay of commissioned officers of the Navy on active duty 145 

Number of employees in the Federal service-- , 147 

INDIVIDUAL INDEX 

List of names of persons whose oflicial title, station, legal residence, and compensation are shown in 
the several sections of this register 149 



NOTES 

The information contained in the Register has been brought as far as practi- 
cable to December 2. 

The law directing the compilation and publication annually of the Official 
Register by the Director of the Census provides that the heads of the different 
departments and establishments of the Government shall cause the data required 
for the Register to be furnished to the Census Bureau. It is from the material 
thus supplied that the Register is compiled. 

The names of officers of the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps have been 
included only where it was necessary to show the organization of the War and 
Navy Departments and the Military and Naval Establishments and of the civil 
establishments in which b}- detail or membership they hold executive or ad- 
ministrative positions. 

To prevent duplication of presentation, the material for departments issuing 
registers giving complete information as to organization and personnel has been 
limited, and reference is made to the publications from which detailed information 
can be had. 

The Congressional Directory contains biographical sketches of the Senators 
and Representatives; maps showing the area embraced in each congressional 
district; the official duties of everj- branch and executive official of the Govern- 
ment; members of the embassies and legations and names and location of the 
consular officers of the United States to foreign countries, and of diplomatic 
and consular officers and of foreign consuls in the United States; and much 
additional miscellaneous information concerning the Congress and the executive 
and judicial branches of the Government. The Directory is for sale by the 
Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, and the usual price is 60 
cents. 

VII 



LEGISLATIVE 



59927— 25t 2 



SENATE 

PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE 

CHARLES G. DAWES, OF ILLINOIS 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 
PRESIDENT PRO TEMPORE 

GEORGE H. MOSES, OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 



SECRETARY OF THE SENATE 

EDWIN A. THAYER 

SENATORS 

Compensation, $10,000 per annum 



STATE AND NAME 


Residence 


STATE AND NAME 


Residence 


Alabama: 




Maine: 




Oscar W. Underwood. ... 


Birmingham. 


Bert M. Fernald 


West Poland. 


J Thomas Heflin 


Lafayette. 


Frederick Hale. 


Portland. 


Arizona: 


Maryland: 






Prescott. 
Phoenix. 


O. E. Weller 


Baltimore. 


Ralph H. Cameron 


William Cabell Bruce 


Baltimore. 


Arkansas: 




Ma.ssachusetts: 




Joseph T. Robinson 


Little Rock. 


William M. Butler 


Boston. 


T. H. Caraway 


Jones boro. 


Frederick H. Gillett 

MlCHTllAN: 


Springfield. 


Caufornia: 




Hiram W. Johnson 


San Francisco. 


Woodbridge N. Ferris 


Big Rapids. 


Samuel M. Shortridge 


Menlo Park. 


James Couz.ens.. 


Detroit. 


Colorado: 




Minnesota: 




LawTenco ('. Phipps 


Denver. 


Henrik Shipstead 


Minneapolis. 


Rice W. Means 


Denver. 


Thomas D. Schall. 

Missi.ssiPFi: 


Excelsior. 


Connecticut: 




George P. McLean 


Simsbury. 


Hubert D. Stephens 


New Albany. 


Hiram Bingham 


New Haven. 


Pat Harrison 


Gulfport. 


Delaware: 




Missouri: 




T. Coleman du Pont 


Wilmington. 


James A. Reed 


Kansas City. 


Thomas F. Bayard 


Wilmington. 


George H. Williams 


St. Louis. 


Florida: 




Montana: 




Duncan U. Fletcher 


Jacksonville. 


Thomas J. Walsh 


Helena. 


Park Trammel! . _ 


Lakeland. 


Burton K. Wheeler 

Nebraska: 


Butte. 


Georgia: 




William J. Harris.. 


Cedartown. 

Vienna. 


George W. Norris 

Robert B. Howell 


MeCook. 


Walter F. George 


Omaha. 


Idaho: 




Nevada: 




William E. Borah 


Boise. 


Key Pittman 


Tonopah. 


Frank R. Gooding 


Gooding. 


Tasker L. Oddie 


Reno. 


Illinois: 




New Hami shire: 




William B. McKinley 


Champaign. 


George II. Moses.. , 


Concord. 


Charles S. Deneen 


Chicago. 


Henry W. Keyes 


Haverhill. 


Indiana: 




New Jersey: 




James E. Watson. 


Rushville. 


Walter E. Edge. 


,\tlantic City. 


-■Vrthur R. Robinson 


Indianapolis 


Edward I. Edwards 


Jersey City. 



Iowa: 

Albert B. Cummins.. 

Smith W. Brookhart. 
Kansas: 

Charles Curtis 

.\rthur Capper.. 

Kentucky: 

Richard P. Ernst 

Fred M. Sackett 

Louisiana: 

Joseph E. Raiisdell... 

Edwin S. Broussard.. 



Des Moines. 
Washington. 

Topeka. 
Topeka. 

Covington. 
Louisville. 

Lake Providence. 
New Iberia. 



New Mexico: 

.\ndrieus A. Jones 

Sam G. Bratton 

New York: 

James W. Wadsworth, jr.. 

Royal S. Copeland 

North Carolina: 

Furnifold M. Simmons 

Lee S. Overman 

North Dakota: 

Lynn J. Frazier... 

Gerald P. Nye 



East Las Vegas. 
Santa Fe. 

Oroveland. 
New Yorkfity. 

New Bern. 
Salisbury. 

Hoople. 
Cooperstown. 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 



SENATE 

Continued 



STATE AND NAME 


Residence 


STATE AND NAME 


Residence 


Omo: 

Frank B. Willis 


Delaware. 
Yellow Springs. 

Oklahoma City. 
Okmulgee. 

Salem. 
Portland. 

Philadelphia. 
Pittsburgh. 

Warwick. 
Providence. 

Florence. 
Columbia. 

Kedfield. 
Pierre. 

Memphis. 
Knoxvillc. 


Texas: 

Morris Sheppard.. . 


Texarkana. 


Simeon D. Fess 


EarleB. Mayfleld 

Utah: 

Reed Smoot 


-Vustin. 


Oklahoma: 

John W. Harreld 


Provo. 


W. B. Pine 


WiUiam H. King 

Vermont: 

Frank L. Greene 


Salt Lake City. 


Oregon: 

Charles L. McNary 


St. Albans. 


Robert N. Stanfield 


Porter H. Dale. 


Island Pond. 


Pennsylvania: 

George Wharton Pepper.. 
David A. Reed 


Virginia: 

Claude A. Swanson 

Carter Glass. ... 


Chatham. 
Lynchburg. 


Rhode Island: 

Peter Q. Gerry 


Washington: 

Wesley L. Jones 

C. C. Dill 

West Virginia: 
M. M. Neely . 


Seattle. 


Jesse H. Metcalf 


Spokane. 


South Carolina: 
Ellison D. Smith 


Fairmont. 


Cole. L. Blease .. .. 


Guy D. Goff 


Clarksburg. 


South Dakota: 

Peter Norbeck 


Wisconsin: 

Irvine L. Lenroot 

Robert M. La Folette, jr.. 
Wyoming: 

Francis E. Warren... 

John B. Kendrick 


Superior. 


W. H. McMaster... 


Madison. 


Tennessee: 

Kenneth McKellar.. 

L. D. Tyson 


Cheyenne. 
Sheridan. 







HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 



THE SPEAKER 

NICHOLAS LONGWORTH, OF OHIO 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



CLERK OF THE HOUSE 

WILLIAM TYLER PAGE 



REPRESENTATIVES 

Compensation, $10,000 per annum 



STATE, DISTRICT, AND NAME 


Residence 


STATE, district, AND NAME 


Residence 


.\labama: 

1. John McDuflBe 


Monroeville. 

Montgomery. 

Ozark. 

-Anniston. 

Lafayette. 

Tuscaloosa. 

Allgood. 

Tuscumbia. 

Birmingham . 

Jasper. 

Phoenix. 

1 
Osceola. ; 
Batesville. 
Fayetteville. 
De Queen. , 1 
Clarkesville. 
Lonoke. 
Hope. 

Santa Rosa. 
Alturas. 
Sacramento. 
San Francisco. 
San Francisco. 
Oakland. 
Fresno. 
San Jose. 
Long Beach. 
Los Angeles. 
El Centro. 

Denver. 
Sterling. 
Canon City. 
Glenwood 

Springs. 
Wethersfleld. 
New London. 
New Haven. 
Stamford. 
Winsted. 

Georgetown . 

Lakeland. 
Starke. 
Pensacola. 
Kissimmee. 

Savannah, 

Camilla. 

Americus. 

Newnan. 

Atlanta. 

Forsyth. 


Qeorgia— Continued . 

7. Gordon Lee.. 


Chickamauga. 


2. Lister Hill 


8. Charles H. Brand 

9. Thomas M.Bell 


Athens. 


3 Henry B. Steagall 


Gainesville. 


4. Lamar Jeffers 


10. Carl Vinson 


Milledgeville. 


5. William B. Bowling 

6. William B. Oliver 

7. :Miles C. Allgood 


11. William C. Lankford 

12. William W. Larsen 

Idaho; 

1. Burton L. French 

2. Addison T. Smith 

Illinois: 

1. Martin B. Madden 

2. Morton D. Hull 


Douglas. 
Dublin. 


8. Edward B. Almon 

9. George Huddleston 

10. William B. Bankhead.... 

Arizona: 
At L. Carl Hayden— . 


Moscow. 
Twin Falls. 

Chicago. 
Chicago. 


\ rkansas: 


3 Elliott W. Sproul 


Chicago. 


1. William J. Driver 

2 William A. Oldfleld 


4. Thomas A. Doyle _. 

5. Adolph J. Sabath 


Chicago. 
Chicago. 


3. John N. Tillman 


6. John J. Gorman 


Chicago. 


4. OtisWingo 


7. M. Alfred Michaelson 

8. Stanley H. Kunz 


Chicago. 


.S. Heartsill Ragon 


Chicago. 


(). James B. Reed.. 


9. Fred A. Britten _ 


Chicago. 


7. Tilman B. Parks 


10. Carl R. Chindblom 

11. Frank R. Reid 


Chicago. 


Caiifornia: 


Aurora. 


1. Clarence F. Lea. 


12. Charles E. Fuller 


Belvidere. 


2. John E. Raker . 


13. WiUiam R. Johnson 

14. John C. Allen... 


Freeport. 


3. Charles F. Curry.. 


Monmouth. 


4. Florence P. Kahn 


15. Edward J. King 


Galesburg. 




16. William E. Hull 


Peoria. 


6. Albert E. Carter. 


17. Frank H. Funk 


Bloomington. 


7. Henry E. Barbour 

8. Arthur M. Free 


18. William P. Holaday 

19. Charles Adkins 


Danville. 
Decatur. 


9. Walter F. Lineberger 


20. Henry T. Rainey 


Carrollton. 


10. John D. Fredericks.. 

11. Philip D. Swing 


21. Loren E. Wheeler 

22. Ed. M.Irwin 

23. William W. Arnold _. 

24. Thomas S. Williams 

26. Edward E. Denison 

At L. Richard Yates 


Springfield. 
Belleville. 


Colorado: 

1. William N. Vaile. 


Robinson. 
Louisville. 


2. Charles B. Timberlake... 

3. Guy U. Hardy. 


Marion. 
Springfield. 


4. Edward T. Taylor 

Connecticut: 

1. E. Hart Fenn. . . . 


At L. Henry R. Rathbone... 
Indiana: 

1. Harry E. Rowbottom 

2. Arthur H. Greenwood 

3. Frank Gardner . 


Kenilworth. 
Evansville. 


2. Richard P. Freeman 

3. John Q. Tilson 


Washington. 
Scottsburg. 


4. Schuyler Merritt. . . 


4 Harry C. Canfield 

5. Noble J. Johnson 


Batesville. 


5. James P. Glynn 


Terre Haute. 


Delaware: 

At L. Robert G. Houston 

Florida: 


6. Richard N. Elliott 

7. Ralph E. Updike, sr 

8. Albert H. Vestal 


Connersville. 
Indianapolis. 
Anderson. 


1. Herbert J. Drane 


9. Fred S. Purnell 


Attica. 


2. R. A. Green. 


10. William R.Wood 

11. Albert R. Hall 


Lafayette. 


3. John H. Smithwick. 


Marion. 


4. William J. Sears ._ 


12. David Hogg 


Fort Wayne. 


Georgia: 

1. Charles G. Edwards 

2. E. E. Cox 


13. Andrew J. Hickey 

Iowa: 

1 William F. Kopp. . 


Laporte. 
Mount Pleasant. 


3. Charles R. Crisp . 


2. F. D. Letts 


Davenport. 


4. William C. Wright 

5. William D. Upshaw 

6. Samuel Rutherford 


3. T. J. B. Robinson... 

4. Gilbert N. Haugen 

5. Cyrenus Cole 


Hampton. 
Northwood. 
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STATE, district, AND NAME 


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Iowa— Continued. 

6. C. William Ramseyer 


Bloomfield. 
Des Moines. 
Osceola. 
Council Bluffs. 
Algona. 
Sheldon. 

Leavenworth. 
Olathe. 
Sedan. 
Marion. 
Blue Rapids. 
Mankato. 
Medicine Lodge. 
Wichita. 

Paducah. 

Madisonville. 

Morgantown. 

Bardstown. 

Louisville. 

Burlington. 

Paris. 

Shelbyvillc. 

Louisa. 

Pikevillc. 

Barbourville. 

New Orleans. 

New Orleans. 

Thibodeaux. 

Minden. 

Ruston. 

Amite. 

Washington. 

Natchitoches. 

Portland. 
Lewiston . 
Augusta. 
Houlton. 

Denton. 

Havre de Grace. 

Baltimore. 

Baltimore. 

Laurel. 

Cumberland. 

Stockbridge. 

Springfield. 

Fitchburg. 

Worcester. 

Lowell. 

Gloucester. 

Lynn. 

Wakefield. 

Somerville. 

Boston. 

Boston. 

Boston. 

Waltham. 

Easton. 

North Attleboro. 

Cotuit. 

Detroit. 

Adrian. 

Battle Creek. 

Hastings. 

Grand Rapids. 

East Lansing. 

Lapeer. 

Saginaw. 

Muskegon. 

Bay City. 

Alpena. 

Hancock. 

Detroit. 


Minnesota: 

1. Allen J. Furlow 


Rochester. 


7. Cassius C. Dowell. 


2. Frank Clague .. 


Redwood Falls. 


8. Lloyd Thurston 


3. August U. A ndresen 

4. Oscar E. Keller.. 


Red Wing. 
St. Paul. 


9. William R. Green 


10. L. J. Dickinson. . .. . 


5. Walter H. Newton 

6. Harold Knutson 


Minneapolis. 
St. Cloud 


11. William D. Boies 


Kansas: 


7. 0. J. Kvale . 


Benson. 


1. Daniel R. Anthony, jr 

2. Chauncey B. Little 


8. William L. Carss 

9. Knud Wefald. .... . 


Proctor. 
Hawley. 


3. W. H. Sproul 


10. Godfrey G. Goodwin 

Mississippi: 

1. John E. Rankin 


Cambridge. 


4. Homer Hoch 


5. James G. Strong 


Tupelo. 


6. Hays B. White 


2. B(ill) G. Lowrey 


7. J. N. Tineher 


3. W. M. Whittington...... 

4. Jeff Busby _.._. 

b. Ross A. Collins 




8. William A. Ayres 




Kentucky: 


Meridian. 


1. Alben W. Barkley 

2. David H. Kincheloe 


6. T. Webber Wilson 

7. Percy E. Quin 


Laurel. 
McComb. 


3. John W. Moore 


8. James W. Collier 




4. Ben Johnson 


Missouri: 

1. M. A. Romjue_. . 




5. Maurice H. Thatcher 


Macon. 


6. Arthur B. Rouse 


2. Ralph F. Lozier 


CarroUton. 


7. Virgil Chapman .. 


3. Jacob L. Milligan.. 

4. Charles L. Faust.. 


Richmond 


8. Ralph Gilbert 


St. Joseph. 


9. Fred M. Vinson 


5. Edgar C. Ellis.. . 


Kansas City. 


10. John W. Langley 


6. C. C. Dickinson 


Clinton. 


11. John M. Robsion 




Fayette. 


Louisiana: 

1. James O'Connor 


8. William L. Nelson 

9.' Clarence Cannon 


Columbia. 
Elsberry. 


2. J. Zach Spearing 


10. Cleveland A. Newton 

11. Harry B. Hawes . 


St. Louis. 


3. Whitmell P. Martin 


St. Louis. 


4. John N. Sandlin .. 


12. Leonidas C. Dyer 

13. Charles E. Kiefner. 

14. Ralph E. Bailey.. 


St. Louis. 


5. Riley J. Wilson 


Perryville. 


6. Bolivar E. Kemp 


Sikeston. 


7. Ladislas Lazaro 


15. Joe J. Manlove 


Joplin. 


8. James B. .Aswell . 


16. Thomas L. Rubey. 

Montana: 

1. John M. Evans 


Lebanon. 


Maine: 

1. Carroll L. Beedy 


Missoula. 


2. Wallace H. White, jr 


% Scott Leavitt 


Great Falls. 


3. John E. Nelson 


Nebraska: 

1. John H. Morehead 

2. Willis G. Sears... 




4. Ira Q. Hersey.. 


Falls City. 


Maryland: 


Omaha. 


1. T. Alan Qoldsborough 


3. Edgar Howard 


Columbus 


2. MiUard E. Tydings 

3. John Philip Hill 


4. MelvinO. McLaughlin. __ 

5. AshtonC.Shallenberger:. 

6. Robert G. Simmons 

Nevada: 

At L. Samuel S. Arentz 

New Hampshire: 

1. Fletcher Hale 


York. 
Alma. 


4. J. Charles Linthicum 

5. Stephen W. Oambrill 

6. Frederick N. Zihlman 

Massachusetts: 

1 Allen T. Treadw ay . .. 


Scottsblufl 

Simpson. 

Laconia. 




2. Edward H. Wason 

New Jersey: 

1. Francis F. Patterson, jr... 

2. Isaac Bacharach 


Nashua. 


3. Frank H. Foss 




4. George R. Stobbs 

6. Edith Nourse Rogers 

6. A. Piatt Andrew .. 


Camden. 
Atlantic City. 


3. Stewart H. Appleby 

4. Charles A. Eaton 


Asburv Park. 


7. WiUiam P. Connery, jr... 

8. Harry I. Thayer . 


North Plainfield. 


5. Ernest R. .\ckerman 

6. Randolph Perkins 

7. George N. Seger _ . . 


Plainfield. 


9. Charles L. Underbill 


Woodcliff Lake 
Passaic. 


11. George Holden Tinkham. 

12. James A. Qallivan 

13. Robert Luce 


8. Herbert W. Taylor 

9. Franklin W. Fort 

10. Frederick R. Lehlbach... 

11. Oscar L. .\uf der Heide... 

12. Mary T. Norton . 


Newark. 
East Orange. 
Newark. 


14. Louis A. Frothingham... 

15. Joseph W. Martin, jr 

16. Charles L. Qiflord 


West New York. 
Jersey City. 


New Mexico: 
At L. John Morrow 


Raton. 


1. John B. Sosnowski 

2. Earl C. Michener 

3. Joseph L. Hooper. 

4. John C. Ketcham 

5 Carl E. Mapes 


New York: 

1. Robert L. Bacon 


Westbury. 


2. John J. Kindred 


Astoria. ' 


3. George W. Lindsay 

4. Thomas H. Cullen.. 

5. Loring M. Black, jr 

6. Andrew L. Somers 

7. John F. Quayle. _. 


Brooklyn. 
Brooklyn. 


6. Grant M. Hudson 

7. Louis C. Cramton 


1 Brooklyn. 
Brooklyn. 
Brooklyn. 


9. James C. McLaughlin... 

10. Roy 0. Woodruff 

11. Frank D. Scott 

12. W. Frank James 

13. Clarence J. McLeod 


8. William E. Cleary 

9. David J. O'Connell 

10. Emanuel Celler 

11. Anning S. Prall 

12. Samuel Dickstein 


Brooklyn. 

Brooklyn. 

Brooklyn. 

W. New Brighton 

New York City. 



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New York— Continued. 

13. Christopher D. Sullivan.. 

14. Nathan D. Perlman 

15. John J. Boylan . .. . 


New York City. 

New York City. 

New York City. 

New York City. 

New York City. 

New York City. 

New York City. 

New York City. 

New York City. 

New York City, i 

Bronx. | 

Pelham. 

Rye. 

Garrison. 

Highland. 

Albany. 

Salem. 

Schenectady. 

Potsdam. 

Phoenix. 

Clinton. 

Binghamton. 

Syracuse . 

Auburn. 

Elmira. 

Rochester. 

Stafford. 

Lockport. 

Buffalo. 

Buffalo. 

Dunkirk. 

Washington. 

Warrenton. 

New Bern. 

Smithfield. 

Greensboro. 

Whiteville. i 

Asheboro. 

Laurelsprings. 

Gastonia. 

Asheville. 

Grand Forks. 

Bismarck. 

Kenmare. 

Cincinnati. 

North Bend. 

Dayton. 

Greenville. 

Defiance. 

Amelia. 

Urbana. 

Marion. 

Toledo. 

Ironton. 

New Lexington. 

Columbus. 

Sandusky. 

Kent. 

Cambridge. 

Wooster. 

Newark. 

Steubenville. 

Youngstown. 

Cleveland. 

Cleveland. 

Cleveland. 

Bartlesville. 

Tahlequah. 

Ardmore. 

Ada. 

Norman. 

Medicine Park. 

Snyder. 

Enid. 

Salem. 
The Dalles. 
Portland. 


Peni 

1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 
19. 
20. 
21. 
22. 
23. 
24. 
25. 
26. 
27. 
28. 
29. 
30. 
31. 
32. 
33. 
34. 
35. 
36. 
Rho 

1. 

2. 

3. 
Soui 

1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 
Soui 

1. 

2. 

3. 
Ten 

1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 

10. 

Te.X 

1. 

2. 

3. 

4. 

5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 
15. 
16. 
17. 
18. 


"JSYLVANIA. 

William S. Vare 


Philadelphia. 


George S. Graham 

Harry C. Ransley 

Benjamin M. Golder 

James J. Connolly 

George A. Welsh 


Philadelphia. 
Philadelphia. 


16. John J. O'Connor 

17. Ogden L. Mills . 


Philadelphia. 
Philadelphia. 


18 John F Carew 


Philadelphia. 


19. Sol Bloom . - - - 


George P. Darrow 

Thomas S. Butler 

Henry W . Watson 

William W. Griest. 

Laurence H. Watres 

Edmund N. Carpenter... 

George F. Brumm 

Charles J. Esterly 

Louis T. McFadden 

Edgar R. Kiess 


Philadelphia. 


20. Fiorello H. LaQuardia ... 

21. Royal H. Weller 


West Chester. 
Langhorne. 


22. Anthony J. Griffin 

5S, Franlr Oliver 


Lancaster. 
Scranton. 


24. Benjamin L. Fairchild 

25. J. Mayhew Wainwright.. 

26. Hamilton Fish, jr. 

27. Harcourt J. Pratt . 


Wilkes-Barre. 
Minersville. 
Reading. 
Canton. 


28. Parker Corning... 


Williamsport. 


29. James S. Parker 


Frederick W. Magrady... 

Edward M. Beers 

Joshua W. Swartz. 

Anderson H. Walters 


Mount Carmel. 


30. Frapk Crowther 


Mount Union. 


31. Bertrand H. Snell 

32. Thaddeus C. Sweet 

33. Frederick M. Davenport.. 


Harrisburg. 
Johnstown. 
Altoona. 


34. Harold S. ToUey.. 




York. 


35. Walter W. Magee 

36. John Taber 


William I. Swoope 

Samuel A. Kendall 

Henry W. Temple 

Thomas W. Phillips, jr... 

Nathan L. Strong 

Harris J. Bixler 

Milton W. Shreve 

William R. Coyle... 


Clearfield. 
Meyersdale. 


37. Gale H. Stalker 


Washington. 




Butler. 


39. Archie D. Sanders 

40. S. Wallace Dempsey 

41. Clarence MacGregor 

42. James M. Mead . . . 


Brookville. 
Johnsonburg. 
Erie. 
Bethlehem. 


43. Daniel A. Reed 


Greensburg. 


North Carolina: 


Stephen G. Porter 

M. Clyde Kellv 


Pittsburgh. 
Etigewood. 


2. John H. Kerr . 


John M. Morin 

James M. Magee 

Guy E. Campbell 

DE Island: 

Clark Burdick 

Richard S. Aldrich 

Jeremiah E. O'Connell... 
H Carolina: 

Thomas S. McMillan 

Butler B. Hare 

Fred H. Dominick 

John J. McSwain __ 


Pittsburgh. 


3. Charles L. .\bernethy 

4. Edward W. Pou 


Pittsburgh. 
Crafton. 


5. Charles M. Stedman 


Newport. 


7. William C. Hammer 

8. Robert L. Doughton 

9. Alfred L. Bulwinkle 

10. Zebulon Weaver . - 


Warwick. 
Providence. 

Charleston. 


North Dakota: 

1. Olger B. Burtness 


Saluda. 

Newberry. 

Greenville. 


3. James H. Sinclair 

Ohio: 

1. Nicholas Longworth 

2. A. E. B. Stephens 

3. Roy G. Fitzgerald... 

4. W. T. Fitzgerald 

5. Charles J. Thompson 

6. Charles C. Kearns 

7. Charles Brand 

8. Brooks Fletcher 


WiUiam F. Stevenson 

Allard H. Gasque 

Hampton P. Fulmer 

"H D.^kota: 

Charles A. Christopher- 
son. 

Royal C. Johnson 

William Williamson 

nessee: 

B. Carroll Reece 

J. Will Tavlor 


Cheraw. 
Florence. 
Orangeburg. 

Sioux Falls. 

Aberdeen. 
Custer. 

Butler. 
La Follette. 


9. W. W. Chalmers... 

10. Thomas A. Jenkins 


S. D. McReynolds 

Cordell Hull 


Chattanooga. 
Carthage. 


11. Mell G. Underwood 

12. John C. Speaks 

13. James T. Begg 

14. Martin L. Davey 

15. C. Ellis Moore 


Ewin L. Davis 

Joseph W. B\Tns 

Edward E. Eslick 

Gordon Browning 

Finis J. Garrett 

Hubert F. Fisher 

as: 
Eugene Black 


Tullahoma. 

Nashville. 

Pulaski. 

Huntingdon. 

Dresden. 

Memphis. 

Clarksville. 


16. John McSweeney 

17. William M. Morgan 

18. Frank Murphy... 


19. John G. Cooper 

20. Charles A. Mooney 

21. Robert Grosser 


John C. Box 

Morgan Q. Sanders 

Sam Rayburn 

Hatton W. Sumners 

Luther A. Johnson _ 

Clav Stone Briggs 

Daniel E. Garrett 

Joseph J. Mansfield 

James P. Buchanan 

Tom Connally 

Fritz G. Lanham 

Guinn Williams 

Harry M. Wurzbach 

John N. Garner.. 

C. B. Hudspeth 

Thomas L. Blanton 

Marvin Jones. 


Jacksonville. 
Canton. 


22. Theodore E. Burton 

Oklahoma: 

1. S. J. Montgomery 

2. William W. Hastings 

3. Charles D. Carter 

4. Tom D. McKeown 

5. F. B. Swank 

6. Elmer Thomas 


Dallas. 

Corsicana. 

Galveston. 

Houston. 

Columbus. 

Brenham. 

Marlin. 

Fort \\'orth. 


7. James V. McClintic 

8. M. C. Garber... 

Oregon: 

1. Willis C. Hawley 

2. Nicholas J. Siimott 

3. M. E. Crumpacker 


Decatur. 

Seguin. 

Uvalde. 

El Paso. 

Abilene. 

Amarillo. 



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Utah: 

1. Don B. Colton 


■ 

Vernal. 

Salt Lake City. 

St. Albans. 
Brattleboro 

Newport News. 

Norfolk. 

Richmond. 

Petersburg. 

Chatham. 

Roanoke. 

Winchester. 

Fairfax. 

TazeweU. 

Lexington. 

Seattle. 
Bellingham. 
Hoquiam. 
Walla Walla. 
Waterville. 

Wheeling. 

Morgan town. 

Richwood. 

Spencer. 

Welch. 

Fayetteville. 


Wisconsin: 

1. Henry Allen Cooper 

2. Edward Voigt 




2. Elmer 0. Leatherwood... 


Sheboygan. 


Vermont: 


3. John M. Nelson 


Madison. 


1. Elbert S. Brigham 


4. John C. Schafer 


Milwaukee. 


2. Ernest W. Gibson 


5. Victor L. Berger 


Milwaukee. 


Virginia: 


6. Florian Lampert 


Oshkosh. 


1. Schuyler Otis Bland 


7. Joseph D. Beck .. . 


Viroqua. 


2 Joseph T. Deal . . 


8. Edward E. Browne. 

9. George J. Schneider 

10. James A. Frear 


Waupaca. 
Appleton. 
Hudson. 


3. Andrew J. Montague 

4. Patrick Henry Drewry... 


5. Joseph Whitehead 

6. Clifton A. Woodrum 

7. Thomas W. Harrison 

8. R. Walton Moore 

9. George C. Peery... 


11. Hubert H. Peavey. - 

Wyoming: 
At L. Charles E. Winter 

Territorial Delegates 

Alaska: 


Washburn. 
Casper. 


10. Henry St. George Tucker. 
Washington: 

1. John F. Miller 




2. Lindley H. Hadley 

3. Albert Johnson 


Hawah: 

William P. Jarrett 


Honolulu. 


4. John W. Summers.. 

5. Samuel B. Hill.. 


Resident Commissioners 

Phii.tppine Islands: 

Isauro Gabaldon ... 




West Virginia: 

1. Carl G. Bachmann 

2 Frank T,. 'Rnwman 


Nueva Ecija. 


3. John M. Wolverton 




Santa Cruz. 


4. Harry C. Woodyard 

5. James French Strother... 

6. J. Alfred Taylor 


PoRTO Rico: 

Felix Cordova DaTfl* 


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2d... 



1st.. 
1st.. 



14th. 
2d... 



8th.. 



8th... 
7th... 
6th... 
1st... 
9th... 

5th... 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$7,500 
6,000 
3,800 
3,000 
5,200 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 

3,000 

2,400 
3,800 
3,800 
1,860 
4,200 
5,200 
3,800 
3,800 
5,200 
2,200 
3,800 
4,200 
3,800 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
2,400 
5,200 
5,200 
3,300 
3,300 

2,800 



UNITED STATES BOTANIC GARDEN 



George W. Hess 

Wilmer J. Paget . . . 
Eunice L. Hoffman 



Director 

Assistant director 
Chief clerk 



D. C 




D. C... 




D.C... 









$4,400 
2,500 
2,100 



EXECUTIVE 



EXECUTIVE 

THE PRESIDENT 
CALVIN COOLIDGE, OF MASSACHUSETTS 

Compensation, $75,000 per annum 



THE WHITE HOUSE 



Office of the President 

Everett Sanders 

Rudolph Forster - 

Edward T. Clark 

M. C. Latta 

N. P. Webster 

C. C. WagBer 

E. W. Smithers 

I. H. Hoover 

Mary Randolph 

F. Stuart Crawford 



OFFICIAL TITLE 



Secretary to the President 

Executive clerk -. 

Executive clerk 

Executive clerk 

Executive and disbursing clerk... 

Chief correspondent 

Head telephone and telegraph operator 

Head usher. 

Social secretary - 

Special employee.. 



Legal residence 



State 



Ind.- 
D.C. 

Mass. 
Okla. 
N.Y., 
Pa--- 
D.C. 
D.C. 
R. I.. 



N.Y... 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



5th. 



2d 

8th.... 
6th.... 
14th... 



1st 

7th.... 

11 



$7,500 
6,000 
6,000 
5,200 
3,300 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 

7,500 



DEPARTMENT OF STATE ' 

SECRETARY 

FRANK B. KELLOGG, OF MINNESOTA 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com 

pensa- 

tion 



Office of the Secretary 

Joseph C. Grew 

Leland Harrison 

J. Butler Wright.- 

Wilbur J. Carr 

Robert E. Olds 

E. J. Ayers 

Hugh R. Wilson^ 

Ralph J.Totten! 

William Dawson ' 

Nelson T. Johnson 2 

Francis White ' 

William R . C astle, jr 

Allen W. Dulles 2. __ 

Franklin Mott Gunther 2. . 
Robert F. Kelley 2 

.\rthur N. Young 

J. Klahr Huddle-' 

Tyler Dennett 

Hugh R. Wilson 2 

Herbert C. Hengstler 

David A. Salmon 

William McNeir 

Alexander C. Kirk 2 

Coert du Bois 2 

Worthington E. Stewart 

Margaret M. Hanna _. 

Ira F. Hoyt..._ 

Robert A. Proctor 

William A. Newcome 

Somerset A. Owen 

Eugene C. Rowlev, sr 

Harry H. Bolds 

I. P. Roosa 

R. Newton Crane 



Undersecretary 

Assistant Secretary 

Assistant Secretary 

Assistant Secretary 

Assistant Secretary. 

C hief clerk 

Chairman of the executive committee of the 

Foreign Service Personnel Board. 
Member of the executive committee of the 

Foreign Service Personnel Board. 
Member of the executive committee of the 

Foreign Service Personnel Board. 
Chief of the Division of Far Eastern Affairs.. 
Chief of the Division of Latin .\merican .Af- 
fairs. 
Chief of the Division of Western European 

.\ffairs. 
Chief of the Division of Near Eastern .^.flairs. 

Chief of the Division of Mexican Affairs 

Acting chief of the Division of Eastern 
European Affairs. 

Economic adviser 

Chief of the Division of Passport Control 

Chief of the Division of Publications and 

editor of the Department of State. 
Chief of the Division of Current Information. 
Chief of the Division of Foreign Service 

.\dministration. 
Chief of the Bureau of Indexes and .\rchives. 
Chief of the Bureau of .\ccounts and Disburs- 
ing Officer. 

.\ssistant to the Undersecretary of State 

Chief of the Visa Office 

Chief of the office of the executive committee 

of the Foreign Service Personnel Board. 
Chief ofthe Office of Coordination and Review. 

Passport agent, New York City 

Passport agent, Chicago 

Passport agent, San Francisco . 

Passport agent, New Orleans 

Passport agent. Seattle. 

Passport agent. Boston...'. 

Despatch agent. New York City... 

Despatch agent, London. England 



N. H.. 

Ill 

Wyo._ 
N. Y.. 
Minn. 
N. J__. 
Ill 



Tenn. 



Okla. 
Md.- 



D. C. 



N. Y.. 
Va.... 
Mass 



2d._- 
15th. 
lst_. 
25th. 



2d.-. 
10th. 



6th. 

4th. 



8th.. 
3d... 



36th. 
10th. 



N.J...- 
Ohio--- 
N.Y ... 


4th.... 
4th. _- 
29th... 


Ill 

Ohio... 


10th...! 
3d 


Conn-- 
D. C - 


4th.... 


111 

Cahf--- 
Ohio... 


19th... 
4th....! 
14th.-. 


Kans... 
Conn.- 
D. C. 


5th.... 
5th..-- 


Calif-. 
Md._-. 
D. C . 


4th.... 
5th.... 


D. C — 





N. Y 



14th... 



.$7,500 
7.500 
7,500 
7,500 
7,500 
4,200 
9,000 

9,00a 

8.000 

8,000 
S.OOO 

o.fiOO 

8,000 
9,000 

3, 500 

.5.600 
0, 000 

?.. >'m 

9,000 
5.200 

4,200 
3.700 

7.000 
.i.OOft 
3,800 

3,600 
3,20& 
3,000 
3.000 
2, .iOa 
2, 750 
2. 75a 

4, oca 

.1. 440 



' The Department of State issues annually a Register of the Department, in which is given complete 
information concerning the officials and employees in Washington, and of the foreign service of the 
United States, consular districts and salaries and fees, and a biographical statement respecting persons 
servinf/ under appointment of the department at home or abroad; international commissions and 
bureaus in which the United States maintains membership; acts and regulations governing the Foreign 
Service; sample examinations for the Foreign Service: personnel of the foreign embassies and legations, 
in the United States: foreign consular officers in the United States: and an alphabetical index of persons. 
Copies of this Register can be obtained by purchase from the Superintendent of Documents, AVash- 
ington, D. C, at 75 cents a copy. In addition to this Register the department issues quarterly a pam- 
phlet entitled, "Foreign Service of the United States," which lists the entire commissioned personnel of 
the P'oreign Service with the legal residence, rank, post, and date of appointment of each. Copies of thi.'i 
pamphlet maybe procured from the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C., at 15 cent? u copy 

2 Foreign Service officer. 



12 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 



SECRETARY 
ANDREW W. MELLON, OF PENNSYLVANIA 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



OflSce of the Secretary 



Garrard B. Winston 

McKenzie Moss 

Charles S. Dewey 

Lincoln C. Andrews 

John Kieley 

Joseph S. McCoy 

Charles R. Schoeneman- 
W. Nornian Thompson. 

H. R. Sheppard 

Frank Dow 

Walter O. Woods.. 

Frank A. Birgfeld 

James E, Harper 

W. H. Moran 

Michael J. O'Reilly 

Leo C. Martin 

Frederick F. Weston 

John L. Summers 



Comptroller of the Currency 



Joseph W. Mcintosh. 

E. Willev Stearns 

Charles W. Collins... 

Willis J. Fowler 

John G. Herndon 

E. F. Quinn 

L. G. Copeland 



Adelia M. Stewart. 

A. D.Cutts 

C. E. Gross 

R. O. Burton 

E. E. Schreiner 



Treasurer of the United States 



Frank White 

Frank J. F. Thiel.... 
H. T. Tate 

Clarence E. Hearst... 
Andrew W. Starratt. 

William J. Weber 

Charles J. Gates 

George O. Barnes 



Public Debt Service 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Undersecretary 

Assistant Secretary 

Assistant Secret ary 

Assistant Secretary 

Assistant to the Secretary _ 

Government act uary 

Assistant to the Undersecretary 

Assistant to the Undersecretary 

Assistant to Assistant Secretary.. 

Assistant to .\ssistant Secretary 

Member of the war loan staff 

Chief clerk _. 

Chief, division of appointments 

Chief, secret service division 

Chief, division of bookkeeping and warrants 

Chief, division of mail and files 

Chief, division of printing. 

Disbursing clerk , 



Legal residence 



State 



C omptroller 

Deputy comptroller 

Deputy comptroller 

Deput V comptroller .. 

Chief clerk 

Chief, organization division 

Chief, Federal reserve issue and redemption 
division. 

Chief, examining division 

Chief, statistical division 

Chief, issue division -_ 

Chief, bookkeeping division 

Superintendent, redemption division 



Treasurer 

Assistant Treasurer 

Deputy Assistant Treasurer 

Chief, securities division 

Chief, accounting division 

Chief, general accounts division 

Cashier 

Superintendent, national bank redemption 
agency. 



Ill ... 
Ky- 

ni 

N. Y. 
Ohio. 
N. Y. 
R. I.. 
D. C. 
Ind.. 
D. C. 
Kans. 
Md__ 
S. C. 
D. C. 
Calif- 
D. C. 
Iowa. 
Tenn. 



Ohio., 

Mich. 
Ala.. 
Iowa. 

Mass- 



William S. Broughton Commissioner 

Harley V. Speelman [ Register of the Treasury. 

Frank A. De Groot Assistant Register of the Treasury.. _. 

Charles N. ISIcGroarty.. .-• Chief, division of loans and currency 

Melvin R. I/oafman Chief, division of public debt accounts and 

audit. 

Frank G. Collins Chief, division of paper custody 

Commissioner of Accounts and 
Deposits 

Robert G. Hand ! Commissioner Miss. 

Daniel W. Bell _.' Deputy commissioner Ill — 

Edward D. Batchelder Chief, division of deposits -' N. H. 

1 Receives $7,000 additional compensation as member of the Federal Reserve Board. 



Cong, 
dist. 



9th.. 
3d... 
9th.. 
11th. 
21st _ 
7th-. 
2d- . 



7th. 



5th.. 
5th.. 
4th _. 



5th. 



7th.. 

nth. 



Ill 


4th.... 


Va..-.- 


8th.... 


lU .... 


2d 


Ind.... 


12th... 


Ala..-- 


9th.... 


Ohio... 


3d 


Ohio... 


8th.... 


Wis.... 


10th... 


D. C. . 




Pa 


29th... 


Va 


8th.... 


Pa 


20th... 


N.Dak. 


2d 


N.Y... 


19th... 


Tenn... 


2d 


Kans... 


2d 


Mo 


12th... 


111 


8th.... 


Ark 


4th.... 


Pa 


17th... 


Ill 


nth... 



15th.. 
4th... 
6th... 
5th... 

5th... 



1st. ..J 
20th...: 
2d 



13 



14 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Bureau of the Budget 

Herbert M. Lord. 

Royall O. Kloeber , 

Guy F. Allen... 

Gordon A. Kamsay 

Redmond D. Stephens 

Fred W. Wight 

Frederick J. Bailey. 

Charles H. Fullaway 

Charles A. Kram 

Donald B. MacLeod 

Ernest W. Cushing 

Charles A. Harbaugh 

Internal Revenue Bureau 

Commissioner's Office 

D. H. Blair 

C. R. Nash 

G. S. PauU.. .-_ 

E. H. Holkamp 

Graham Nichol 

Elmer L. Irey 

J. N. Baker. _ 

Accounts and Collections 
Unit 

H. F. Mires 

George J. Schoeneman 

H. F. Dolan __. 

G. G. Davis 

V. H. Self. 

Income Tax Unit 

(Vacancy) 

C. B. Allen 

F. R. Clute 

Albert Lewis.. 

W. T. Sherwood 

S. M. Greenidge 

Edward White.. 

F. E. Dodge.. 

H. B. Robinson 

Miscellaneous Tax Unit 

R. M. Estes 

Eugene McGovern 

R. R. Ramsell 

H. K. Melcher 

C. C. Gray 

Charles A. Drake 

M. F. Snider 

Collectors of Internal Revenue 

William E. Snead 

John R. Fowles 

Harmon L. Remmel 

John P. McLaughlin 

Rex B. Goodcell 

Frank W. Howbert 

Robert O. Eaton 

John W. Hering 

Peter H. Miller 

Josiah T. Rose.. 

J. Walter Jones.. 

Evan Evans 

Mrs. Mabel Q. Reinecke 

George W. Schwaner 



official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Director.- 

Assistant director 

Executive assistant 

Assistant to the Director... 
Assistant to the Director... 
Assistant to the Director... 
Assistant to the Director... 
Assistant to the Director... 
Assistant to the Director... 
Chief, division of estimates 

C ounsel 

Chief clerk and assistant... 



Commissioner of Internal Revenue 

Assistant to the commissioner 

Head, appointment division 

Head, communication division 

Head, information division 

Chief, intelligence unit 

Chief clerk and head division of supplies and 
equipment. 



Deputy commissioner ._ 

Assistant deputy commissioner 

Head, disbursement division 

Head, field allowance division 

Head, office accounts and procedure division 



Deputy commissioner 

Assistant deputy commissioner 

Head, corporation audit division 

Head, personal audit division 

Head, records division 

Head, engineering division 

Head, statistical division 

Head, service division 

Head, consolidated returns audit division. 



Deputy commissioner. ._ 

Assistant deputy commissioner 

Head, review section _ 

Head, estate tax division 

Head, capital stock tax division 

Head, sales tax division 

Head, tobacco and miscellaneous division 

District and headquarters 

Alabama, Birmingham 

Arizona, Phoenix, 

Arkansas, Little Rock 

First California, San Francisco 

Sixth California, Los Angeles 

Colorado, Denver. 

Connecticut, Hartford 

Delaware, Wilmington 

Florida, Jacksonville 

Georgia, Atlanta 

Hawaii, Honolulu 

Idaho, Boise - 

First Illinois, Chicago. 

Eighth Illinois, Springfield 



Legal residence 



State 



Me--. 
D. C. 
D.C.. 

Ill 

Ill 

Me... 
Vt.... 
N.Y.. 
Pa.... 
Md... 
Va.... 
Ohio.. 



N. C... 
Minn.. 
Ohio.. 
D. C... 
D. C... 
Mc... 
Ind..-. 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



2d. 



Wash.. 
R. I.... 
W. Va. 
Ohio... 
Tenn.- 



Me 

Fla 

Calif... 
D. C... 

Tex 

D. C... 
Mass... 
N. Y... 



Ky.-... 
N.Y... 

Iowa... 

Me..-. 
Iowa... 
Ohio... 
Ohio... 



Ala--. 
Ariz... 
Ark.-. 
Calif.. 
Calif.. 
Colo.- 
Conn.. 
Del... 
Fla.... 
Ga.... 
T. H.. 
Idaho, 
m 

HI 



10th. 
9th.. 
2d... 
2d... 
19th. 
17th. 
5th.. 
8th.. 
13th. 



5th.. 
4th.. 
15th. 



$10,000 
7,500 
5,200 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
5,200 
5,200 
5,200 
5,200 
5,200 
3,300 



5th.. 
1st.. 



3d.- 

1st. 
4th. 
4th- 
1st- 



3d.. 
1st. 
3d.. 



17th. 



3d... 
38th. 



llth... 



6th. 
3d-. 

7th. 
1st. 
3d.. 



Official Register of the United States, 1926 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



15 



Internal Revenue Bureau- 
Continued 

Collectors of Internal Revenue 
Continued 

M. Bert Thurman 

Lars E. Bladine _ 

Harvey H. Motter 

Robert H. Lucas 

D. Arthur Lines 

Frank J. Ham 

Galen L. Tait 

Malcolm E. Nichols 

Fred L. Woodworth 

Charles Holden 

Levi M. WUlcuts 

George L. Donald 

Arnold J. Hellmich 

Noah Crooks. -_ 

Charles A. Rasmusson 

Arthur B. Allen 

Louis A. Spellier 

John H. Field 

Edward L. Sturgess 

Edward E. Gnichtel 

Benigno C. Hernandez 

John T. Rafferty. .._ 

Frank K. Bowers 

Charles W. Anderson 

Cyrus Durey 

Jesse W. Clarke 

Bert P. Gage 

Gilliam Grlssom 

Gunder Olson 

Charles M. Dean 

Charles H. Nauts 

Newton M. Miller 

Carl F. Routzahn 

Acel C. Alexander 

Clyde G. Huntley 

Blakely D. McCaughn 

David W. Phillips 

Daniel B. Heiner 

Frank A. Page 

John F. Jones. _. 

Leslie Jensen 

Lee Brock 

James W. Bass 

George C. Hopkins 

James H. Anderson 

Robert W. McCuen 

John C. Noel 

Burns Poe 

Edwin A. Brest 

Alonzo H. Wilkinson..- 

Marshall S. Reynolds 

Chief Deputy Collectors 

James Arthur Downer 

James A. Stephens 

Cecil C. Lewis. 

Thomas P. Prichard 

Ralph F. Overholtzer 

Arthur E. Smith 

James E. Dillon 

Patrick S. Higgins 

Edgar M. Cohee 

James G. Lytle 

George T. Evans 

Robert L. IMeyers 

Frederic L. Appleton 

William E. Allyn 

Harry A. Brown 

Mrs. Grace B. Wise 

Ernest M. Mundee 

Charles E. Drew 

Nathanael N. Granger 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is AVashington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Indiana, Indianapolis 

Iowa, Dubuque 

Kansas, Wichita 

Kentucky, Louisville 

Louisiana, New Orleans 

Maine, Augusta 

Maryland, Baltimore 

Massachusetts, Boston 

First Michigan, Detroit 

Fourth Michigan, Grand Rapids 

Minnesota, St. Paul. ..- 

Mississippi, Jackson 

JFirst Missouri, St. Louis. 

Sixth Missouri, Kansas City... 

Montana, Helena 

Nebraska, Omaha 

Nevada, Reno 

New Hampshire, Portsmouth 

First New Jersey, Camden 

Fifth New Jersey, N'ewark 

New Mexico, Albuquerque 

First New York, Brooklyn ... 

Second New York, New York, N. Y 

Third New York, New York, N. Y 

Fourteenth New York, Albany 

Twenty-first New York, Syracuse 

Twenty-eighth New York, Buffalo 

North Carolina, Raleigh... 

North Dakota, Fargo 

First Ohio, Cincinnati 

Tenth Ohio. Toledo 

Eleventh Ohio, Columbus 

Eighteenth Ohio, Cleveland 

Oklahoma, Oklahoma City 

Oregon, Portland 

First Pennsylvania, Philadelphia 

Twelfth Pennsylvania, Scranton 

Twenty-third Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh. 

Rhode Island, Providence 

South Carolina, Columbia 

South Dakota, Aberdeen 

Tennessee, Nashville 

First Texas, Austin 

Second Texas, Dallas 

Utah, Salt Lake City 

Vermont, Burlington 

Virginia, Richmond 

Washington, Tacoma 

West Virginia, Parkersburg 

Wisconsin, Milwaukee 

Wyoming, Cheyenne 



Legal residence 

g. te Cong. 
^^^^^ dist. 



Ind... 
Iowa. 
Kans. 
Ky... 

! La..., 
I Me... 

Md.. 
j Mass. 
1 Mich. 

Mich. 
1 Minn. 
I Miss- 

Mo... 
I Mo.., 
I Mont. 
I Nebr. 
1 Nev.. 
I N. H. 
i N. J.. 
I N. J.. 

N.Mex. 

N. Y.., 

N. Y.., 

N. Y__ 

N. Y.. 

N. Y.. 

N. Y.. 

N. C._ 

N.Dak 

Ohio.. 

Ohio.- 

Ohio.. 

Ohio.. 

Okla.. 

Oreg. - 

Pa.... 

Pa.... 

Pa.... 

R. I... 

S. C... 

S.Dak 

Tenn-. 

Tex... 

Tex... 

Utah.. 

Vt 

Va 

Wash . 

W. Va.. 

Wis. 

Wvo 



OfiQee deputy, Birmingham 

Field deputy, Birmingham 

OflBce deputy. Phoenix. 

Field deputy. Phoenix 

Office deputy. Little Rock 

Field deputy. Little Rock. 

Office deputy, 1st dist. Calif., San Francisco. 
Chief field deputy, 1st dist. Calif., San Fran- 
cisco. 

Chief clerk, 6th dist Calif., Los Angeles 

Field deputy, 6th dist. Calif., Los .\ngeles.. 

Chief office clerk, dist Colo., Denver 

Field deputy, dist. Colo., Denver 

Office deputy, dist. Conn., Hartford 

Field deputy, dist. Conn., Hartford.. 

Office deputy, dist. Del., Wilmington 

Office deputy, dist. Fla., Jacksonville 

Field deputy, dist. Fla., Jacksonville 

Office deputy, dist. Ga., .\tlanta 

Field deputy, dist. Ga.. .\tlanta 



Ala. 
Ala. 
Ariz. 

Ariz 

.A.rk.. 
Ark.. 
Calif. 
Calif. 



Calif... 
Calif... 
Colo... 
Colo. . . 
Conn. . 
Conn.. 
Del.... 

Fla : 4th... 

Fla 4th... 

Ga I 7th... 

Ga ' .5th .. 



7th... 



At L. 
AtL. 
5th... 
7th... 
.■ith... 
5th... 

10th... 



1st.. 
1st.. 
1st-. 
2d... 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



16 Official Register of the United States, 1925 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Internal Revenue Bureau — 

Continued 

Chief Deputy Collectors — Con 

William Q. Ashley, jr 

George W. Macy.. 

Ernest P. Armstrong 

Jay M. Parrish _ 

Archibald C. Jeffrey 

Edward Selbman 

Samuel J. Tompkins 

William H. Clifford 

George L. Foote , 

Nelson M. King 

Harry A. Mcintosh 

Pressly R. Baldridge 

Charles H. Douglass 

Arch G. Moll 

Claude T. Meredith 

Marshall C. Bane 

Michael J. Cousins 

Frank C. Labit 

Melvin n. Simmons 

Michael B. Griffin 

Charles L. Wiegand 

A. Parks Rasin 

George W. B. Britt 

John T. Hawes 

William A. Stancil 

John W. Croak 

Frank W. Hine 

FredM. Cook 

Arthur R. Knox 

Harlan P. Gardner 

George P. Uewes 

Ralph A. Wilson 

Frank M. Kleiber 

Walter F. Freimuth 

Emanuel V. Davis 

RoUie Timmons 

Alfred P. Engebretson 

Roy Monteith Crismas-. 

Kit J. Carson 

John P. Foley 

Frederick Lippmani 

JohnT. Walters 

John J. Scammon .-. 

Charles W. Fletcher 

William Herman Morris 

William D. Sayrs, jr.. 

George H. Berger _ 

Alfred Chapman 

Lewis B. Thompson 

John W. Hernandez 

Hugh G. Neary 

George Eilperin 

Benjamin M. Day 

George C . Nordinger 

John S. Shea 

Charles B. Largy 

John B. Sherman ^ 

Hans Dahl 

Claude Bonsted 

William F. Hart 

John A. Hamilton 

Edward A. Purtill 

William T. Delmar 

Balem C. Campbell - 

Carl O . Jorgenson '_ 

William G. Ray 

George B. Gomersall 

Albert Wuest 

Harry F. Meillng 

George P. Metzger 

Herman D. Weaver .-. 

William Graham 

Ralph B. Ellars..-. 

Charles V. Gilbert 

Halsey B, McKnight 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Office deputy, dist. Hawaii, Honolulu.. 

Field deputy, dist. Hawaii, Honolulu _. 

Office deputy, dist. Idaho, Boise 

Field deputy, dist. Idaho, Boise 

Office deputy, 1st dist. 111., Chicago 

Field deputy, 1st dist. 111., Chicago 

Office deputy, 8th dist. 111., Springfield 

Field deputy, 8th dist. 111., Springfield 

Office deputy, dist. Ind., Indianapolis 

Field deputy, dist. Ind., Indianapolis 

Office deputy, dist. Iowa, Dubuque 

Field deputy, dist. Iowa, Dubuque 

Office deputy, dist. Kans., Wichita 

Field deputy, dist. Kans., Wichita ^ 

Office deputy, dist. Ky., Louisville 

Field deputy, dist. Ky., Louisville 

Office deputy, dist. La., New Orleans 

Field deputy, dist. La., New Orleans 

Office deputy, dist. Me., Augusta 

Field deputy, dist. Me., Augusta 

Office deputy, dist. Md., Baltimore 

Field deputy, dist. Aid., Baltimore 

Office deputy, dist. Mass., Boston 

Field deputv, dist. Mass., Boston 

Chief clerk, 1st dist. Mich., Detroit 

Field deputy, 1st dist. Mich., Detroit 

Office deputy, 4th dist. Mich., Grand Rapids. 
Field deputy, 4th dist. Mich., Grand Rapids. 

Office deputy, dist. Minn., St. Paul 

Field deputy, dist. Minn., St. Paul 

Chief clerk, dist. Miss., Jackson... 

Field deputy, dist. Miss., Jackson 

Office deputy, 1st dist. Mo., St. Louis. __ 

Field deputy, 1st dist. Mo., St. Louis 

Office deputy, 6th dist. Mo., Kansas City 

Field deputy, 6th dist. Mo., Kansas City 

Office deputy, dist. Mont., Helena 

Field deputy, dist. Mont., Helena 

Chief clerk, dist. Nebr., Omaha. 

Field deputy, dist. Nebr., Omaha 

Office deputy, dist. Nev., Reno 

Field deputy, dist. Nev., Reao 

Office deputy, dist. N. H., Portsmouth 

Field deputy, dist. X. H., Portsmouth 

Office deputy, 1st dist. N. J., Camden 

Field deputy, 1st dist. N. J., Camden 

Office deputy, 5th dist. N. J., Newark 

Field deputy, -Sth dist. N. J., Newark 

Chief clerk, dist. N. Mex., .Vlbuquerque 

Field deputy, dist. N. Mex., Albuquerque... 

Office deputy, 1st dist. N. Y., Brooklyn 

Field deputv, 1st dist. N. Y., Brooklyn 

Office deputv, 2d dist. N. Y., New York 

Field deputy, 2d dist. N. Y., New York 

Office deputy, 3d dist. N. Y., New York 

Field deputy, 3d dist. N. Y., New York 

Chief clerk, 14th dist. N. Y., .\lbany 

Field deputy, Uth dist. N. Y., Albany 

Office deputy, 21st dist. N. Y., Syracuse 

Field deputv, 21st dist. N. Y., Syracuse 

Office deputv, 28th dist. N. Y., Buflalo 

Field deputv, 28th dist. N. Y., Buffalo 

Chief clerk, dist. N. C, Raleigh 

Field deputy, dist. N. C, Raleigh 

Office deputy, dist. N. Dak., Fargo 

Field deputj', dist. N. Dak., Fargo 

Office deputy, 1st dist. Ohio, Cincinnati 

Field deputv, 1st dist. Ohio, Cincinnati. 

Office deputv, 10th dist. Ohio, Toledo 

Field deputy, 10th dist. Ohio, Toledo 

Chief clerk, llth dist. Ohio, Columbus 

Field deputy, llth dist. Ohio, Columbus 

Office deputy, 18th dist. Ohio, Cleveland 

Field deputy, 18th dist. Ohio, Cleveland 

Chief clerk, dist. Okla., Oklahoma City 



Legal residence ; QQ■n^, 



State 



pensa- 

Cong. tion 
dist. i 



Hawaii 
Hawaii 
Idaho.. 
Idaho.. 

Ill 

111 

111 

111 

Ind.... 

Ind 

Iowa... 
Iowa... 
Kans... 
Kans... 

Ky 

Ky..... 

La 

La 

Me 

N. H... 
Md.... 

Md 

Mass... 
Mass... 
Mich... 
Mich... 
Mich... 
Mich... 
Minn.. 
Minn.. 
Miss... 
Miss... 
Mo.... 

Mo 

xMo 

Mo 

Mont-. 
Mont.. 
Nebr... 
Nebr... 

Nev 

Nev 

N. H... 
N.H... 
N. J..- 
N. J..- 
N. J... 
N.J... 
N. Mex. 
N. Mex 
N. Y.. 
N. Y.. 
N. Y.. 
N. Y.. 
N. Y.. 
N. Y.. 
N. Y.. 
N. Y.. 
N. Y.. 
N. Y.. 
N. Y.. 
N.Y.. 
N. C. 
N. C. 
N. Dak. 
N. Dak. 
Ohio.. 
Ohio.. 
Ohio.. 
Ohio- 
Ohio.. 
Ohio.. 
Ohio.. 
Ohio.. 
Okla.. 



2d... 
1st., 
nth. 



16th. 
21st. 
3d.. 
4th.. 



3d... 
4th. 
2d... 
5th.. 
5th.. 



3d 

3d 

1st 

3d 

1st 

16th .1 
Uth..-. 
6th....! 

1st I 

5th....; 
5th....! 



4th.... I 
6th.... i 
4th ..I 



4th.... 
8th.... 

2d 

2d 

2d 

2d 

AtL.. 
At L.. 
1st.... 

2d 

1st...- 

2d 

8th.... 
8th.... 



4th. 
4th. 



30th. 
29th. 
25th. 
35th. 
40th. 



4th.. 
5th.. 
1st.. 
3d... 
1st.. 
2d... 
9th.. 
9th.. 



22d.. 
22d.. 
5th.. 



$3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
4,000 
3,800 
3,600 
3,600 
3,700 
3,400 
.3,600 
3,600 
3,300 
3,600 
3,300 
3,300 
3,300 
3,300 
3,400 
3,300 
3,600 
3,900 
4,000 
3.800 
3,600 
3,900 
3.400 
3.400 
3.900 
3,600 
3,300 
3,300 
3,600 
3,300 
3,300 
3,300 
3,300 
3,300 
3,000 
3,300 
3,000 
3,000 
3.400 
3,300 
3,300 
3,300 
3,600 
3,300 
3,000 
3.000 
3,600 
3,600 
3,900 
3. 300 
3,900 
3,900 
3.600 
3,600 
3,500 
3,400 
3,800 
3,500 
3,600 
3.600 
3,000 
3,000 
3.300 
3,300 
3,600 
3,300 
3,600 
3,300 
3,700 
3,700 
3,300 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



17 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



(Station is Washington, D. C 
otherwise indicF.ted) 



unless 



Legal res 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Internal Revenue Bureau- 
Continued 

Chief Deputy Collectors— Con. 

Preston Q. Rawdon 

John W, Cochran 

(Miarles \V. Olsen 

William E. Brown 

Alexander L. Gillars 

Harry Houck 

Willard F. Jones .- 

Henry D. Bell 

Willhim R. Stevenson 

Henry Friedrick 

Frank H. Murphy 

William F. Roper 

iriysses B. Hammett 

Vincent R. Wadden, jr 

Jacob L. Parrott 

Eugene S. Priest 

Wiliiaci P. Hays 

Fred B. Parsons 

Lou P. Piper 

Thomas F. Johnson 

Leo A. Gilbreth 

David E.' Evans 

Thomas A. Callister 

Lawrence F . Edgerton 

John W. GavBor 

Alfred H. Page 

Lewis B. Howard 

Anthony J. Swindle 

Joseph M. Moore 

William E. Kemery.. _.. 

Victor H. Mealy.. 

George Reisimer 

Everett H. Burlingame 

Howard Chambers 

William L. Paulsen 



Field deputy, dist. Okla., Oklahoma City 

Office deputy, dist. Oreg., Portland 

Field deputy, dist. Oreg., Portland 

Chief Clerk, 1st dist. Pa., Philadelphia 

Field deputy, 1st dist. Pa., Philadelphia 

Office deputy, 12th dist. Pa., Scranton 

Field deputv, 12th dist. Pa., Scranton _. 

Chief clerk, 23d dist. Pa., Pittsburgh 

Field deputy, 23d dist. Pa., Pittsburgh 

Office deputy, dist. R. I., Providence 

Field deputy, dist. R. I., Providence 

Office deputy, dist. S. C, Columbia 

Field deputy, dist. S. C, Columbia 

Office deputy, dist. S. Dak., Aberdeen 

Field deputy, dist. S. Dak., Aberdeen 

Chief clerk, dist. Tenn., Nashville 

Field deputy, dist. Tenn., Nashville 

Office deputy, 1st dist. Tex.. Austin 

Field deputy, 1st dist. Tex., Austin 

Office deputv, 2d dist. Tex., Dallas 

Field deputy, 2d dist. Tex., Dallas 

Office deputy, dist. Utah, Salt Lake City 

Field deputy, dist. Utah, Salt Lake City 

Office deputy, dist. Vt., Burlington 

Field deputy, dist. Vt., Burlington 

Chief clerk, dist. Va., Richmond 

Field deputy, dist. Va., Richmond 

Office deputy, dist. Wash., Tacoma 

Field deputy, dist. Wash., Tacoma 

Office deputy, dist. W. Va., Parkersburg 

Field deputy, dist. W. Va., Parkersburg 

Chief clerk, dist. Wis., Milwaukee 

Field deputy, dist. Wis., MOwaukee 

Office deputy, dist. Wyo., Cheyenne 

Field deputy, dist. Wyo., Cheyenne 



Okla... 

Oreg.. 

Oreg... 

Pa 

Pa 

Pa 

Pa 

Pa 

Pa 

R.I.... 

R.I.... 

S.C... 

S.C.... 

S. Dak 

S. Dak. 

Tenn 

Tenn. 

Tes.- 

Tex.. 

Tex.. 

Tex.. 

Utah. 

Utah. 

Vt... 

Vt.... 

Va.__ 

Va... 

Wash. 

Wash. 

W.Va. 

W.Va. 

Wis... 

Wis... 

Wyo- 

Wvo.. 



Supervising Agents 



Charles E. Boulden Chicago, 111 

Fletcher H. Goudy San Francisco, Calif. 

Clarence M. Justice New York, N. Y 

Walter P. Mays Pittsburgh, Pa 

Raymond T. Miles -\tlanta, Ga 

Charles G. Rogers Milwaukee, Wis 

Ernest A. Sudbrink St. Louis, Mo 

Joseph Carlisle Wilmer Philadelphia. Pa 

Agents in Charge 

Jam''S J. Drakeford 

Jacob O. Bender 

Harry V. Bitting 

G. Elmer Brown 

David Burnet 

Hugh K. Caldwell... 

Raymond A. Conway 

Ernest P. Hutchinson 

Chauncv W. Herrick 

Grover C. Holt 

William A. Holt 

John M. Roberts 

John F. Kiernan 

Douglas R. Frazer 

George W. Kurtz... 

Harry T. McCauley 

Collin J. McLeod 

John Hunt McMurtry 

John P. Marstella ' Salt Lake'CitV, Utah. 

George E. Xeal Detroit, Mich 

Ernest G. Rarey Cleveland, Ohio... 

Marshall T. Polk Nashville, Tenn... 

George F. Ruede ; Wichita, Kans 

Walter L. Shuck Greensboro, N. C. 

Troy G. Thurston Indianapolis, Ind.. 

Ernest C . Wright San Antonio, Tex . 

Leonard B. Willits Trenton, N. J 



Ind.. 
Oreg. 



Honolulu, Hawaii 

New Orleans, La 

Huntington, W. Va... 

Baltimore, Md 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Richmond, Va 

Springfield, 111 

Omaha, Nebr 

Jacksonville. Fia 

Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Seattle, Wash 

Columbia, S. C 

New Haven, Conn 

Buffalo. N. Y 

St. Paul, Minn... 

Denver, Colo 

Boston, Mass 

Louisville, Ky. 



Pa... 
Md.. 
111.... 
Ind-. 
Md.. 



-lla 

Pa 

111. 

Md-._- 
Ohio... 

Va 

N. Y... 
D. C... 
N.Y... 
Okla... 
Wash.. 
Md.... 
Conn.- 

Pa 

Minn . . 
Colo... 
Mass... 
Ky..... 

Ill 

Ind.... 
Ohio... 
Tenn.. 
Kans... 
Md.... 
Mich... 
N. Dak. 
N. J.... 



4th. 
3d.. 
3d.. 



13th. 

iith" 

25th". 



7th. 



1st. 
3d.. 



13th. 
12th. 
2d... 
2d... 
1st.. 
1st.. 
3d... 
9th.. 
3d-.. 



4th. 
4th. 



9th. 
3d.. 



30th. 
4th.. 
23d- 
.5th.. 
5th.. 



6th... 
19th... 



2d-... 
1st.... 
9th.... 
38th... 



34th. 
5th.. 
1st.- 
6th.. 



3lst. 
4th.. 



9th.... 
8th.... 
19th... 
nth... 
12th... 
6th.... 
6th.... 
6th..-. 
4th.... 

2d 

2d 



.^3, 400 
3,400 
3,300 
3,800 
3,800 
3,600 
3,300 
3,800 
3,800 
3,300 
3.300 
3. TOO 
3,300 
3,300 
3,000 
3,600 
3,300 
3,300 
3,300 
3,300 
3,300 
3,300 
3, 300 
3,000 
3,000 
3,600 
3,300 
3,600 
3,600 
3,300 
3,300 
3,600 
3,600 
3,000 
3,000 



5,400 
5,400 
6,000 
5,400 
5,400 
5,400 
5,400 
6,000 



4,600 
4,40C 
4,200 
5,200 
4.600 
4,000 
4, 400 
4,609 
4,600 
4,800 
4,200 
4,600 
4,600 
4,600 
4.400 
4,400 
5,200 
4.400 
4,400 
5,000 
4,600 
4,400 
4,400 
4.600 
4,400 
4,600 
4,600 



18 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Internal Revenue Bureau — 

Continued 

Agents in CAarpf— Continued 

Harry M, Dengler 

Frank Frayser - 

Hugh McQuillan 

Arthur P. Madden 

Arthur A. Nichols 

David Nolan 

Alf Oftedal 

Arthur Smith 

Supervisors of Accounts and 
Collections 



William M. Armstrong. 

Elbridge B. Gerry 

Louis J. Campbell 

Horace H. Ptikeleather. 

Anton H. Qullickson 

John M. J. MacCabe.... 

James C. Mitchell. 

Frank B . Parsons 

James R. Peat. 

Joseph F. Timilty 

James R. Van Voorhis.. 
Edward V. Wilson 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Portland, Oreg 

Richmond, Va 

New York, N. Y.... 
Chicago, 111 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Kansas City, Mo 

San Francisco, Calif. 
Memphis, Tenn 



Denver, Colo 

Baltimore, Md 

New York, N. Y... 

Raleigh, N. C 

Los Angeles, Calif. 
Oklahoma, Okla... 

Chicago, 111 

Portland, Oreg 

St. Paul, Minn 

Boston, Mass 

Detroit, Mich 

Louisville, Ky 



PROHIBITION UNIT 



James E. Jones... 

James J. Britt 

James M. Doran. 

J. M. Young 

Levi G. Nutt 



Prohibition Administrators 

R. A. Haynes 

George A. Parker 

John A.Foster 

Eugene C. Roberts, jr 

Frederick Baird 

William G. Murdock 

Edmund Budnitz 

Robert A. Fulwiler 

Benjamin C. Sharpe 

Benjamin T. Simmons 

O. D. Jackson 

William O. Mpvs 

E. L. Porterfield 

Edward C. Yellowley. 

Walter F. Rhinow 

Andrew W. McCampbell 

Louis H. Breuer 

Herbert H. White 

John F. Vivian 

Elias Marsters... 

Roy C. Lyle 

Ned M. Green 

Robert E. Frith 

John T. Barrett 

Arthur J. Hanlon 



Narcotic Agents in Charge 



William D. Allen, jr 

Ralph H. Oyler 

Oscar A. H. de la Gardie.. 

Benjamin R. Rhees 

Thomas E. Middlebrooks. 
George W. Cunningham.. 

Jesse Bruce Greeson 

Will Gray Beach.. 

Herman H. Wouters 

Herbert S. Forrer.. 



Director of Prohibition 

C hief counsel 

Head, industrial alcohol and chemical division 

Head, audit division 

Head, narcotic division 



Prohibition commissioner (field service). 

B oston, M ass 

New York. N. Y 

Buffalo, N. Y 

Pittsburgh . Pa 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Baltimore, Md ; 

Roanoke, Va 

Charlotte, N. C 

Tampa, Fla 

New Orleans, La 

Louisville, Ky 

Columbus, Ohio 

Chicago, 111 

St. Paul, Minn 

Omaha, Nebr 

St. Louis, Mo 

Fort Worth, Tex 

Denver, Colo 

Helena, Mont 

Seattle. Wash 

San Francisco, Calif 

Los Angeles, Calif 

Honolulu, Hawaii 

San Juan, Porto Rico.. 



Boston, Mass 

New York, N.Y.... 

Philadelphia, Pa 

Washington, D. C. 

Atlanta, Ga 

Nashville, Tenn 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Chicago, 111 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Kansas City, Mo... 



Legal residence 



State 



Mont. 
Va.... 
N. J... 
Mich.. 
Pa.... 
Mo... 
Oreg.. 
Miss.. 



Iowa.. 
Del... 

Wis... 
N. C. 

Wash. 
N. J._ 
Mass.. 
Wis... 
Wis... 
Mass.. 
Fla.... 
Ky.... 



Ohio. 
N. C. 

Va... 

N. Y. 

m...- 



Ohio.. 
Mass.. 
Mass.. 
N. Y.. 



Pa.... 
Md... 
Va.... 
N. C-. 
N. C 

La 

Ky.... 
Ohio.. 
Miss.. 
Minn. 
Tex... 
Mo... 
Tex... 
Colo.. 
Idaho. 
Wash . 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



2d... 
3d... 
10th. 
11th. 
8th.. 
10th. 
3d... 
2d... 



3d. 



7th.. 
8th.. 
4th.. 
6th.. 
13th. 
2d... 
5th.. 
11th. 
4th.. 
8th.. 



19th. 
10th. 
8th.. 
28th. 
18th. 



6th.. 
11th. 
1.3th. 



Calif. 
Mass. 



17th. 
2d... 
1st.. 
5th.. 
1st.. 
2d... 
Sth.. 
17th. 
8th.. 



12th. 
16th. 
14th. 
2d... 
2d... 
1st.. 



9th. 
9th. 




Official Register oj the United States, 1926 



19 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Internal Revenue Bureau — 

Continued 

Narcotic Agents in Charge—Con. 

Will S. Wood... 

Howard B. Westover 

Harry V. Williamson 

Harry D. Smith 

Joseph .\. Manning 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otterwise indicated) 



Solicitor's Office 



A. W. Gregg 

James C. Rogers 

S. Duffield Mitchell. 

L. S. Cannon 

C. M. Charest 

A. H. Deibert 

N. K. Fox_. 

J. B. McLaughlin... 
J. B. Milliken 



Customs Division 



Ernest W. Camp... 
Joseph D. Nevius... 
Henry A. Hayward. 



Collectors of Customs 



Carl E. Milliken 

Henry C. Whitehill 

Willfred W. Lufkin 

Emery J. San Souci 

Harvey P. Bissell 

John C. Tulloch 

.\ndrew Wiedenmann 

Fred .\. Bradley 

Philip Elting 

A. Lincoln Acker 

Samuel H. Thompson... 

Charles H. Holtzman 

Joseph L. Crupper 

Alexander L. McCaskill. 

S. M. Parker 

Marion O. Dunning 

Charles W. Hildreth, jr. 

A. R. Noble 

Emile Kuntz 

Russell H. Dunn 

Robert W. Humphreys.. 

Roy Campbell 

Thomas P. Gable 

Charles Fowler 

Lewis H. Schwaebe 

William B. HamDton 

Earl C. McFarland 

Millard T. Hartson 

John C. McBride 

Jeannette A . Hyde 

James W. Roberts 

Judson LaMoure. jr 

Irving A. Caswell. 

Oscar E. Dahly 

Walter J. WUde 

Carey D. Ferguson 

Clarence F. Buck 

John A. Royse 

Miner G. Norton... 

Thomas L. Walker 

Charles C. Hinkle.. 

William B. Hanes 

Louis M. Hall. 

Charles L. Saunders 

Thomas T. Wilson 

Jennie Musser 

Hayden L. Moore 

Evan D. Boardman 



San .\.ntomo, Tex 

Denver, Colo. 

Seattle, Wash 

San Francisco. Calif. 
Honolulu, Hawaii 



Solicitor 

General assistant solicitor 

Assistant solicitor 

Assistant solicitor, interpretation Div. II. 

Assistant solicitor, appeals division 

Assistant solicitor, review division 

Assistant solicitor, civil division 

Assistant solicitor, interpretation Div. I.. 
Assistant solicitor, penal division 



Director 

Assistant director. 
Assistant director. 



District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 



I, New York, N. Y ...... 

, Philadelphia, Pa 

:, Pittsburgh, Pa 

;, Baltimore, Md 

, Norfolk, Va 

, Wilmington, N. C 

i, Charleston, S. C 

, Savannah, Ga 

, Tampa, Fla 

', Mobile, Ala 

I, New Orleans, La 

, Port Arthur, Tex 

', Galveston, Tex 

, San .'Vntonio, Tex 

, El Paso, Tex. 

1, Nogales, Ariz... 

', Los Angeles, Calif 

;, San Francisco, Calif 

I, Portland, Oreg 

I, Seattle, Wash 

, Juneau, Alaska 

:, Honolulu, Hawaii.. 

, Great Falls, Mont.. 

, Pembina, N. Dak 

, St. Paul, Minn 

, Duluth, Minn 

, Milwaukee, Wis 

, Detroit, Mich 

, Chicago, m. 

I, Indianapolis, Ind 

, Cleveland, Ohio 

1, Louisville, Ky.__ 

;, Memphis, Tenn 

;, Des Moines, Iowa 

i, St. Louis, Mo 

i, Omaha, Nebr 

', Denver, Colo 

!, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

I, San Juan, P. R 

, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands. 



Legal residence 



State 



Tex 

Colo... 
Colo... 
Ohio... 
Ind.... 



Cong, 
dist. 



Mich... 
Tex 

N. CL.. 



Me.... 
Vt.... 
Mass.. 
R. I... 
Conn.. 
N. Y_. 
N. Y.. 
N. Y.. 
N. Y.. 
Pa...- 
Pa...- 
Md... 
Va...- 
N. C. 
S. C... 
Ga..-. 
Fla.... 
Ala... 

La 

Tex.._ 

Tex... 

Tex... 

Tex... 

Ariz... 

Calif.. 

Calif.. 

Oreg.. 

Wash. 

Alaska 

Hawaii. 

Mont. 

N.Dak 

Minn. 

Minn. 

Wis... 

Mich.. 

ni 

Ind... 
Ohio.. 
Ky.... 
Tenn.. 
Iowa.. 
Mo-..- 
Nebr.. 
Colo.. 
Utah.. 
P. R.. 
V.I... 



14th. 
1st.. 
1st-. 
13th. 
7th:. 



7th.... 



Tex. 
D. C 

Pa i 8th_ 

N. C... 8th. 

Md.-..! 

Pa I 12th 

D. C-- 
N. Y.- 
Ariz-.. 



1st. 



8th.. 
12th. 
10th. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$3, 800 
3,800 
3,800 
3,800 
3,800 



6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
5,600 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 



6,500 
4,800 

4,800 



6,000 
5, 500 
8,000 
5,000 
5,000 
5,500 
5,000 
6,500 
12,000 
8,000 
5.000 
7,000 
5,500 
5,000 
3,500 
5,000 
6,000 
4,500 
7,000 
3,500 
5, 500 
5,000 
5,000 
5,000 
6,500 
7, 500 
5,000 
7.000 
5,000 
5,500 
5.000 
5, 000 
5,000 
5,000 
5,000 
6,500 
7,000 
4,000 
6,000 
4,000 
4,000 
3,500 
6,000 
4,000 
4,000 
3,000 
5,500 
4,000 



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Official Register oj the United States, 1925 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continurd 



Customs Division — Continued 
Appraisers of Merchandise 



Joseph Carolan .- 

Genevieve Cline 

Martin L. Durgin 

Samuel W . George 

James L. Higgins 

Oscar VV. Jackson 

George M. Jameson 

John A. Janetzke, jr 

Bert Kahn 

Frederick J. H. Kracke. 

Sophie McCord 

George O'Brien -. 

Jesse T. Park (acting)... 

Albert H. Reutter 

Edward N. Wheeler 

John Grimm, jr 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION Legal residence 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 

otherwise radicated) State 



Comptrollers of Custovis 



Collins B. Alien 

Ralph Bradford 

Walter L. Cohen 

John J. Deane 

Arthur F. Foran 

Dwight Hall... 

Clinton O. Richardson. 



Surveyors of Customs 



John H. Cunningham — 
Henry Dedeaux (acting) . 

Herman Uormel 

Edward E. Philbrook.... 

J. Howard Reed 

John T. Stone (acting)... 
Thomas W. Whittle 



Board of General Appraisers 

William B. Howell, president.. 

Wilham C. Adamson 

George Stewart Brown 

Israel F. Fischer 

Charles P. McClelland 

Jerry B. Sullivan _ 

Byron S. Waite 

George E. Weller 

George M. Young 



Special Agency Service 



Nathaniel G. Van Doren. 
Thomas B. McKaig 



Special and Customs .\gents 
in Charge 

L. W. Bean 

J. W. Wheatley.. 

J. L. Gordon... 

W, H. Tidwell 

F. R. Proctor 

T. J. Gorman 

D. A. Stone 

G. B. Mason .-. 

E. R. Norwood 

F. H. Yount -.- 

F. M. Jewell - 

E. W. Beaton 

Paul H. Watson 

H. S. Creighton 

F. E. Johnson.. 

J. B. Morgan ■ 



Chicago, 111 I 111.... 

Cleveland, Ohio i Ohio. 

Portland, Me _.| Me... 

Boston, Mass Mass. 

New Orleans, La La 

Cincinnati, Ohio _ Ohio. 

Pittsburgh, Pa... _ Pa.... 

Baltimore, Md ._ Md... 

San Francisco, Calif.. Calif.. 

New York, N. Y N. Y.. 

St. Louis, Mo _ Mo... 

Philadelphia, Pa Pa 

Tampa, Fla. ._ Fla.... 

Detroit, Mich. ,_ Mich . 

Portland, Oreg _ Oreg.. 

Buffalo, N. Y.___ _ N. Y.. 



Philadelphia, Pa 

Chicago, 111 

New Orleans, La 

San Francisco, Calif. 

New York, N. Y 

Boston, Mass 

Baltimore, Md 



Baltimore, Md 

New Orleans, La 

Boston, Mass 

Portland, Me 

Philadelphia, Pa 

San Francisco, Calif- 
New York, N. Y 



New York, N. Y. 
New York, N. Y. 
New York, N. Y. 
New York, N. Y. 
New York, N. Y. 
New York, N. Y. 
New York, N. Y. 
New York, N. Y. 
New York, N. Y. 



District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 
District No. 



1, Boston, Mass __ 

2, New York, N. Y 

3, Buffalo, N. Y _.. 

4, Philadelphia. Pa 

5, Baltimore, Md 

6, Tampa, Fla 

7, New Orleans, La 

8, San Antonio, Tex 

9, Ogdensburg, N. Y 

11, Detroit, Mich 

12, Chicago, 111.. 

13, St. Paul, Minn 

14, Seattle, Wash 

1.5, San Francisco. Calif. 

16, Los Angeles, Calif... 

17, El Paso. Te.\ 



Pa... 
111.... 
La... 
Cahf. 

N. Y. 
Mass- 
Md.. 



Md.. 
La... 
Mass. 
Me... 
Pa... 
Calif. 
N. Y. 



Director N. J. 

Assistant director Pa.. 



Cong, 
dist. 



5th. 
23d. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$5,000 
4,000 
3, .500 
5,000 
4,500 
3, .500 
4,000 
4,500 
.5,000 
8,000 
4,000 
5,000 
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TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

( ontinued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
(list . 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Customs Division— Continued 
Special Agency Service — Con. 
Customs Attaches in Charge 



C. B. Wait 

S. E. Armstrong. 
F. X. A. Eble...- 
Jame« F. O'Neill. 
H. C. Anderson.- 
M. R. Nicholson. 



Mint Bureau 



Robert J. Grant 

Mary M. O'Reilly. 



AfinI and Assay Offices 



Miehael J. Kelly 

Frank E. Shepard 

Leonard Magruder 

Annie H. Martin 

Freas Styer 

Charles L. Longley... 

William L. Hill 

Niles R. Becker 

Harry H. Stewart 

John L. May 

Thomas G. Hatheway. 



Federal Farm Loan Bureau 



Robert A. Cooper,. 
Louis J. Pettijohn.. 

John J. Guill, jr 

Elmer S. Landes 

Edward E. Jones... 
Albert C. WilliaAs. 

A. D. Bright 

Gran Layton 

R. T. Thurber 



District No. I, London, England. 

District No. 2, Paris, France 

District No. 3, BevliD, Germany.. 

District No. 5, Florence, Italy 

District No. 6, Hongkong, China. 
District No. 7, Shanghai, China.. 



Director 

.\,ssistant director. 



Colo... 
La 



Superintendent, San Francisco, Calif... . 

Superintendent, Denver, Colo 

.\ssayer in charge. New Orleans, La. ... 

.\ssayer in charge, Carson, Nev 

Superintendent, Philadelphia, Pa 

Assayer in charge, Boise City, Idaho 

Assayer in charge, Helena, Mont 

Superintendent, New York, N. Y 

Assayer in charge, Deadwood, S. Dak 

-Assayer in charge. Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Assayer in charge, Seattle, Wash 



Meuiber and executive officer 

Memljer 

Member __ 

Member 

Member 

Member 

Secretary 

Chief land bank examiner, Topeka, Kans. 
Supervising appraiser 



Calif... 
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* FEDERAL LAND AND INTERMEDIATE CREDIT BANK CITIES 



District No.l. — Springfield, Mass. 
District No. i. — Baltimore, Md. 
District No. .?.— Columbia, S. C. 
District No. -{.—Louisville, Ky. 



District No. 3. — New Orleans, La. 
District No. 6.— St. Louis, Mo. 
District No. 7.— St. Paul, Minn. 
District No. 8. — Omaha, Nebr. 



I District No. 9.— Wichita, Kans. 

1 District No. /O.— Houston, Tex. 

[ District No. II. — Berkeley, Calif. 

! District No. IS. — Spokane, Wash. 



FEDERAL LAND AND INTERMEDIATE CREDIT BANK DISTRICTS 

District No. /.—Maine, New Hampshire, V^ermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New 

York, and New Jersey. 
District No. 2. — Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland. Virginia, West Virginia, and the Di.strict of Columbia. 
District No. 3. — North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida. 
District No. >i.— Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, and Tennessee. 
District No. 5. — .\labama, Mississippi, and Louisiana. 
District No. 6.— Illinois, Missouri, and .\rkansas. 
District No. 7.— Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and North Dakota. 
District No. S. — Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Wyoming. 
District No. 9.— Oklahoma, Kansas. Colorado, and New Mexico. 
District No. 10.— Texas. 

District No. 11. — California, Nevada, Utah, and Arizona. 
District No. /2.— Washington, Oregon, Montana, and Idaho. 

Note. — The salaries and expenses of the Federal Fr.rm Loan Bureau are paid from a fund created by 
assessments upon Federal and joint-stock land banks. 



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TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Pa 

D. C... 


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N. Y... 
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7th.... 


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8th.... 



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Bureau of Engraving and 
Printing 

Alvin W. Hall 

John J. Deviny 

Clark R. Long 

Adam P. Ruth 

Elbridge H. Ashworth 

H. Preston Dawson 

Thomas F. Roche 

Henry I. Wilson, jr 

Margaret S. Kerfoot 

Robert B. O'Hara 

George M. Duncan 

John M. Smith 

Ralph H. Chappell 

Norman Underwood 

Office of the Supervising 
Architect 

James A. Wetmore 

Howard S. Robinson 

Henry S. Roome 

Henry Q. Sherwood 

L. X. Simon 

George O. Von Nerta 

Custodian Servicf 

Alfred Brooks Fry 

William A. Newman 

Edwin H. Pearson 

United States Coast Guard' 

Rear Admiral F. C. Billard — 
Lieut. Commander S. S. 

Yeandle. 
Lieut. Commander F. -\. Hun- 

newell (acting) 

Capt. Q. B. Newman 

Capt. D. F. A. De Otte..- 

Oliver M. Maxam 

Kendall J. Minot 

Capt. P. H. Uberroth 

Capt. Q. C. Carmine — 

Capt. A. J. Henderson _ 

Commander J. G. Berry 

Commander P. H. Scott 

Capt. W. V. E. Jacobs.. 

Capt. F. Q. Dodge 

Commander H. D. Hinckley.. 

Commander H. G. Hamlet 

Commander W. H. Munter... 
Commander A. L. Gamble 

Lieut. Commander W. T. 

Stromberg. 
Lieut. Commander C. C. 

McMillan. 

' The United States Coast Guard Register, issued annually, contains complete information as to the 
organization, personnel, vessels, and stations of the Coast Guard. It can be purchased of the Superintend- 
ent of Documents, Washington, D. C, for 20 cents a copy. 

J The pay and allowances of officers of the Coast Guard are the same as that of officers of the Navy with 
whom they hold relative rank. See Navy Pay Tables in Appendix, p. 145. 



Dii-ector 

Assistant director -. 

Assistant director 

Chief accountant 

Superintendent of plate vault 

Superintendent of engraving division 

Superintendent of wetting division 

Superintendent of plate printing division 

Superintendent of numbering division , 

Superintendent of examining division 

Superintendent of surface printing division.-. 

Superintendent of postage stamp division 

Superintendent of engineering and machine 

division. 
Chemist in charge of ink making division- -- 



Acting Supervising Architect 

Superintendent of accounts division 

Chief, law and records division -. 

Superintendent of maintenance division 

Superintendent of drafting division 

Technical officer 



Supervising chief engineer. New York, N. Y. 

Construction engineer and superintendent of 
repairs, San Francisco, Calif. 

Supervising chief engineer and superin- 
tendent of repairs, Boston, Mass. 



Commandant 

Aide to commandant-- ► 

Superintendent, construction and repair 

Engineer in chief 

Inspector 

Chief, Division of Operations 

Chief, Division of Materiel 

Commander eastern division, Boston, Mass.. 

Commander New York division. New York, 
N. Y; captain of the port. New York, N. Y 

Commander Norfolk division, Norfolk, Va; 
captain of the port, Norfolk, Va. 

Commander Gulf division, Key West, Fla-. 

Commander Lakes division, Sault Ste. 
Marie, Mich.; captain of the port, Sault 
Ste. Marie, Mich. 

Commander southern division, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif.; captain of the port, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. 

Commander northern division, Seattle, 
Wash. 

Superintendent Coast Guard Academy, New 
London, Conn. 

Commander Coast Guard destroyer force. 
New London, Conn. 

Commander New London patrol area, New 
London, Conn. 

Commandant Coast Guard depot, Curtis 
Bay, Md. 

Purchasing officer. South Brooklyn, N. Y... 

Purchasing officer, San Francisco, Calif 



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TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



United States Coast Guard — 

Continued 

John S. Cole 

Howard Wilcox... 

F. B. Lincoln 

S. R. Sands 

M. W. Rasmussen 

E. T. Osborn 

J. A. Price 

J. F. Phillips 

R. T. Crowley.. 

C. A. Lippincott 

O. A. Littlefield 

Q. B. Lofberg 

John Kelly 

Public Health Service * 

Office of the Surgeon General 



Hugh S. Cumming. 

S. B. Grubbs 

M.J.White 

J. W. Kerr 

Bolivar J. Lloyd 

A. M. Stimson 

F. C. Smith 

W. F. Draper 

D. S.Masterson 



District superintendent,' Portsmouth, N. H.. 
District superintendent,* Provincetown, 

Mass. 

District superintendent,* Wakefield, R. I 

District superintendent, s Bay Shore, N. Y... 
District superintendent,* Asbury Park, N. J. 

District superintendent,* Lewes, Del 

District superintendent,* Elizabeth City, 

N. C. 
District superintendent,* Galveston, Tex.; 

captain of the port, Galveston, Tex. 

District superintendent,* Buffalo, N. Y 

District superintendent,* Grand Haven, 

Mich. 

District superintendent,* Green Bay, Wis 

District superintendent,' San Francisco, 

Calif. 
District superintendent,* Portland, Oreg 



N.J. 
R. I.. 



Mass. 
R. L., 
N. Y., 
N. Y. 
N.J.. 



Tex. 



Service at Large 



Rupert Blue 

J. H. White 

L. L. Williams 

H. W. Austin 

J. M. Gassaway 

G. W. Stoner 

Fairfax Irwin.. 

C. E. Banks 

D. A. Carmichael 

P. C. Kalloch 

A. H. Glennan 

Wdliam J. Pettus.... 
George M. Magruder 

J. O. Cobb 

G. ^L Guiteras 

J. C. Perry 



Surgeon General 

Assistant Surgeon General. 
Assistant Surgeon General. 
Assistant Surgeon General. 
Assistant Surgeon General. 
Assistant Surgeon General. 
Assistant Surgeon General. 
Assistant Surgeon General. 
Chief clerk 



Me- 
N.J. 



R.I. 

111... 



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* In the Official List of Commissioned and Other Officers of the Public Health Service, issued annually, 
complete information is given as to the organization, personnel, activities, hospitals, stations, and vessels 
of the Service. 

1 The pay and allowances of oflicers of the Public Health Service are the same as that of oflRcers of the 
Army with whom they hold relative rank; see Army Pay Tables in Appendix, pp. 143, 144. 

Paragraph 8 of the Regulations for the Government of the United States Public Health Service, approved 
by the President August 29, 1920, reads as follows; "The relative rank of officers of the United States Public 
Health Service with medical officers of the United States Army shall be as follows: Surgeon General with 
Surgeon General of the United States Army; assistant surgeon general with colonel; senior surgeon with 
lieutenant colonel; surgeon with major; passed iissistant surgeon with captain; and assistant surgeon with 
first lieutenant." 

2 The pay and allowances of officrs of the Coast Guard are the same as that of officers of the Navy with 
whom they hold relative rank; see Navy Pay Tables in Appendix, pp. 145, 146. 

3 With rank of lieutenant commander. ' With rank of lieutenant. 

* With rank of lieutenant (junior grade). * With rank of ensign. 

59927— 25t 3 



Assistant Surgeon General, New York, N. Y. 

Assistant Surgeon General, waiting orders 

Assistant Surgeon General, waiting orders 

Senior surgeon, waiting orders 

Senior surgeon, waiting orders 

Senior surgeon, waiting orders 

Senior surgeon, waiting orders 

Senior surgeon, waiting orders 

Senior surgeon, waiting orders 

Senior surgeon, waiting orders 

Senior surgeon, waiting orders 

Senior surgeon, San Francisco, Calif 

Senior surgeon, Seattle, Wash 

Senior surgeon, Boston, Mass 

Senior surgeon, Galveston, Tex 

Senior surgeon, San Francisco, Calif. 

G. B. Young. ...j Senior surgeon, waiting orders. 

W. G. Stimpson ' Senior surgeon, Philadelphia, Pa 

B. "W. Brown j Senior surgeon, waiting orders 

C. H. Gardner ' Senior surgeon, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

E. K. Sprague • Senior surgeon, Ellis Island, N. Y 

H. S. Mathewson | Senior surgeon, Providence, R. I.. 

Taliaferro Clark I Senior surgeon, Washington, D. C , 



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TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Public Health Service — Con. 
Service at Large— Continued 



C. H. Lavinder 

C. C. Pierce 

P. M. Carrington... 
James A. Nydegger. 

J. H. Oakley 

H. W. Wickes.. 

L. E. Cofer 

John McMullen 

M. H. Foster 

L. L. Lumsden 

L.D. Fricks 

W. C. Billings 

D. E. Robinson 



Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
G. M. Corput ; Surgeon 



W. W. King 

Carl Ramus 

Dunlop Moore 

Carroll Fox 

Joseph Goldberger -- 

William A. Korn 

C. W. Vogel 

M. K. Gwyn 

Joseph W. Schereschewsky 

A. J. McLaughlin 

J. D. Long 

Edward Francis 

L. P. H. Bahrenburg i Surgeon 

George W. McCoy ! Surgeon 

Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 



Surgeon, 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 



Benjamin S. Warren 

J. S. Boggess... 

R. L. Wilson 

John T. Burkhalter. 
William C. Rucker.. 

R. H. Creel 

R. E. Ebersole 

J. W. Trask... 

A. D. Foster I Surgeon 

H. McG. Robertson j Surgeon 

Norman Roberts Surgeon 

G. L. Collins I Surgeon 

H. G. Ebert- ! Surgeon 

H. M. Manning Surgeon 

F. H. McKeon Surgeon 

E. A. Sweet Surgeon 

W. H. Frost Surgeon 

E. H. Mullan Surgeon 

Hugh de Valin Surgeon 

M. C. Guthrie Surgeon 



Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 



Friench Simpson 

J. R. Hurley 

William M. Bryan 

E. R. Marshall 

E. Krulish 

H. J. Warner 

Robert Olesen Surgeon 

Paul Preble , Surgeon 

R. M Grimm. 1 Surgeon 

Joseph R. Rkilon.. Surgeon 

Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon 
Surgeon, 
Surgeon 



Charles M. Fauntleroy 
H. E. Hasseltine. 

J. P. Leake 

Lawrence Kolb... 
D. C. Turnipseed 

C. P. Knight 

L. R. Thompson. 
George Parcher... 
Louis Schwartz.. 

R. II. Heterick j Surgeon 

C. L. Williams : Surgeon 

G. A. Kempf... | Surgeon 

Mather H. Neill I Surgeon 

H. F. White Surgeon 

F. A. Carmelia I Surgeon 



Senior surgeon, Stapleton, N. Y.. 

Senior surgeon, Chicago, 111 

Surgeon, waiting orders ^... 

waiting orders 

Charleston, S. C 

Astoria, Greg 

waiting orders 

New Orleans, La 

Baltimore, Md 

Washington, D. C 

Memphis, Tenn 

New York, N. Y. 

Stapleton, N. Y 

Ellis Island, N. Y 

Paris, France 

Evansville, Ind 

Angel Island, Calif 

Los Angeles, Calif 

Washington, D. C 

Port Townsend, Wash.. 

Ellis Island, N. Y 

Key West, Fla 

Boston, Mass 

St. Louis, Mo 

Santiago, Chile 

Washington, D. C 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Washington, D. C 

Baltimore, Md 

Detroit, Mich 

Ehis Island, N. Y 

Savannah, Ga 

New Orleans, La 

San Francisco, Calif 

Memphis, Tenn 

Buffalo, N. Y 

Norfolk, Va 

Boston, Mass 

Washington, D. C 

Washington, D. C 

New York, N. Y 

Vineyard Haven, Mass. 
Port Townsend, Wash.. 

Honolulu, T. H 

Baltimore, Md 

Louisville, Ky 

Fort Monroe, Va 

Washington, D. C 

Boston, Mass 

San Juan, P. R 

Norfolk, Va 

Rosebank, N. Y 

Ellis Island, N. Y 

Fort Stanton, N. Mex.. 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Baltimore, Md 

Chicago, 111 

Stapleton, N. Y 

Ellis Island, N. Y 

Norfolk, Va 

Washington, D. C 

Washington, D. C. 

Quarantine, La... 

Balboa Heights. C. Z... 

Washington, D. C 

Portland, Me 

New York, N. Y 

Los Angeles, Calif 

Rosebank, N. Y 

Washington, D. C 

Honolulu, T. H 

Los Angeles, Calif 

Marcus Hook, Pa 



' Pay of grade; see footnote 1, p. 23. 



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25 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Public Health Service — Con. 
Service at Large— Continued 

L. E. Hooper 

Joseph Bolten 

T.J. Liddell 

W. L. Treadway 

H. F. Smith--. , 

L. O. Weldon. 

W. H. Slaughter 

J. O. Towusend 

J. M. Gillespie 

A. R. Sweeney 

N. E. Wayson 

C. E. Waller. 

F. M. Faget.. 

J. H. Linson. 

C. V. Akin 

K. E. Miller 

J. G. Wilson 

C. H. Waring... 

G. A. Wheeler 

J. F. Worlev 

O. n. Cox.'. 

M. S. Lombard 

W. F. Tanner... 

Carl Michel 

R. L. Allen 

S. L. Christian... 

P. M. Stewart 

R. R. Spencer 

W. C. TeufeL. 

Royd R. Sayers 

L. L. Williams, jr 

D. J. Prather 

G. C. Lake 

William S. Bean 

T. B. H. Anderson 

H. A. Spencer 

Edward C. Ernst 

P. J. Gorman 

J. D. Reichard.- 

V. B. Murray 

C. R. Eskey.. 

W. T. Harrison 

C. Armstrong 

R. E. Dver 

J. K. Fuller 

R. W. Hart 

Thomas Parran 

J. W. Tappan 

R. P. Sandidge 

R. C. Williams-. 

P. D. Mossman 

R. L. Waueh 

H. E. Trim^ble 

M. V. Ziegler.y. 

James E. Paris --. 

B. II. Earle 

Joseph Pettyjohn 

Rob.it D. ripratt 

F. A. Ashford 

M. F. Haralson 

J. F. Mahoney 

R. E. Porter 

Jos.'ph W. Mountin 

L. A. FuUerton 

R. R. Tomlin _.- 

E. B. Faget 

L. W. Tucker 

L. C. Scully 

F. C. Turner--- - 

M. R. King- 

R. D. Lillie 

K. F. Maxcy 

L. B. Bvington 

M. V. Veldee 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND ST.VTION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Surgeon, Antwerp, Belgium 

Surgeon, Hot Springs, -"Vrk 

Surgeon, Los Angeles, Calif 

Surgeon, Dublin, Ireland 

Surgeon, Manila, P. I 

Surgeon, Liverpool, England 

Surgeon, Mobile, Ala 

Surgeon, Washington, D. C 

Surgeon, Washington, D. C 

Surgeon, Port Arthur, Te.x 

Surgeon, San Francisco, Calif 

Surgeon, Washington, D. C 

Surgeon, Montreal, Canada 

Surgeon, Washington, D. C 

Surgeon, Rosebank, N. Y 

Surgeon, New Orleans, La 

Surgeon, Los Angeles, Calif 

Surgeon, Mobile, Ala 

Surgeon, Milledgeville, Ga 

Surgeon, San Diego, Calif 

Surgeon, St. Thomas, V.-I 

Surgeon, Chicago, 111 

Surgeon, Ellis Island, N. Y 

Surgeon, Seattle, Wash 

Surgeon, San Francisco, Calif 

Surgeon, London, England 

Surgeon, London, England 

Surgeon, Washington, D. C 

Surgeon, Quebec; Canada 

Surgeon, Washington, D. C 

Surgeon, Richmond, Va 

Surgeon, Baltimore, Md 

Surgeon, Washington, D. C 

Surgeon, New York, N. Y 

Surgeon, New Orleans, La 

Surgeon, San Pedro, Calif 

Surgeon, Washington, D. C 

Surgeon, Fort Townsend, Wash 

Surgeon, Ellis Island, N. Y 

Surgeon, Yokohama, Japan 

Surgeon, Manila, P. I 

Surgeon, Washington, D. C. 

Surgeon, Washington, D. C 

Surgeon, Washington, D. C-.- 

Surgeon, Southampton, England 

Surgeon, Manila, P. I-- 

Surgeon, Springfield, 111 

Surgeon, El Paso, Tex 

Surgeon, Honolulu, T. H 

Surgeon, Washington, D. C 

Surgeon, Rolla, Mo 

Surgeon, Ellis Island, N. Y 

Surgeon, Los Angeles, Calif 

Surgeon, Ellis Island, N. Y 

Surgeon, New York, N. Y 

P. A. surgeon, waiting orders 

P. A. surgeon, waiting orders 

P. A. surgeon, waiting orders 

P. A. surgeon, Ellis Island, N. Y 

P. A. surgeon, Ellis Island, N. Y 

P. A. surgeon, Dublin, Ireland 

P. A. surgeon, Glasgow, Scotland 

P. A. surgeon, Jetferson City, Mo 

P. A. surgeon, Cobh, Irish Free State- 

P. A. surgeon. New Orleans, La 

P. A. surgeon, Philadelphia, Pa 

P. A. surgeon, Honolulu, T. H 

P. A. surgeon, Honolulu, T. H 

P. A. surgeon, Belfast, Ireland 

P. A. surgeon, V'ashington, D. C 

P. A. surgeon, Washington, D. C 

P. A. surgeon, Montgomery, Ala 

P. A. surgeon, Washington, D. C 

P. A. surgeon, Chicago, ill 



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TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State ""iSl- 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Public Health Service — Con 

Service at Large — Continued 

F. A. Troie- 

L. M. Rogers 

R. L. Lawrence.- 

H. A. Rasmussen 

G. H. Faget 

William Y. HoUingsworth 

O. M. Spencer 

C. E. Rice 

Q. J. Van Beecli 

F. J. Halpin 

E. R. Cofley 

A. S. Rumreich 

E. E. Huber 

E. H. Carnes - 

L. F. Badger. 

A. E. Russell 

A. J. Aselmeyer 

R. A. Vonderlehr 

P, W. Bailey 

D. A. Hoxie 

J. H. Aycrs 

E. B. .A.rcher-. 

F. C. Stewart 

J. F. Gates 

J. B. Ryon — 

Hygienic Laboratory 

Charles Wardell Stiles 

William Mansfield Clark 

Carl Voegtlin 

Bureau of Supply 

Dan C. Vaughan... 

Robert Le Fevre 



Asst. surgeon, San Francisco, Calif 

Asst. surgeon, Fort Stanton, N. Mex 

Asst. surgeon, Manila, P. I 

Asst. surgeon. Fort Stanton, N. Mex... , 

Asst. surgeon, Angel Island, Calif 

Asst. surgeon, Ellis Island, N. Y 

Asst. surgeon, Ellis Island, N. Y 

Asst. surgeon, Los .\ngeles, Calif 

Asst. surgeon, Ellis Island, N. Y.. 

Asst. surgeon, Hongkong, China 

Asst. surgeon, Ellis Island, N. Y , 

Asst. surgeon, Los Angeles, Calif , 

Asst. surgeon, Los Angeles, Calif , 

Asst. surgeon, Quarantine, La 

Asst. surgeon. Angel Island, Calif. 

.Asst. surgeon, Barre, Vt 

Asst. surgeon, Stapleton, N. Y 

Asst. surgeon, Boston, Mass 

.Asst. surgeon. Mobile, .\la 

Asst. surgeon, Buffalo, N. Y 

Asst. surgeon, San Francisco, Calif 

Asst. surgeon, Gallops Island, Boston, Mass. 

Asst. surgeon. New Orleans, La 

Asst. surgeon, Stapleton, N. Y 

Asst. surgeon, Portland, Me 



Professor, Washington, D. C. 
Professor, Washington, D. C. 
Professor, Washington, D. C. 



Director 

Superintendent of supplies. 



Ga 

Ohio... 



10th. 
4th.. 



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(') 
(■) 
O 
(') 
(') 
O 
« 
(') 
(') 
W 
0) 

^'} 
(>) 
(') 
(') 
0) 
(') 
(') 
(') 
(') 
(') 
(') 
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« 



$7,000 
6,000 
7,000 



4,600 
4,400 



» Pay of grade; see footnote 1, p. 23. 



WAR DEPARTMENT^ 



SECRETARY 

DWIGHT F. DAVIS, OF MISSOURI 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Office of the Secretary 



Assistant and chief clerk 

Private secretary to the Secretary 

Assistant chief clerk 

Disbursing clerk 

Principal clerk 

Chief, civilian personnel division 

Chief, mail and record division.. 

Chief, postal station 

Henry C. Lehmann ' Chief, printing and advertising division. 

Albert G. Drane j Chief, supply division 

Frank B. Barnes Chief, telephone division 



John C. Scofield.... 
John W. Martyn.. 
John B. Randolph. 
Sydney E. Smith.. 
Frank M. Hoadley. 
William D. Searle.. 

Mary S. Nixon 

James G. McFadden 



Office of Assistant Secretary 
of War 

Harford MacNider 

CoITb. Frank Cheatham 

Col. Harley B. Ferguson 

War Department General 

Staff 



Maj. Gen. John L. Hines 

Maj. Gen. Dennis E. Nolan. 
Brig. Gen. Campbell King.. 



Col. James H. Reeves 

Brig. Gen. Hugh A. Drum. 



Maj. Gen. Fox Conner 

Brig. Gen. Harry A. Smith. 



Lieut. Col. Edwin S. Harts- 
horn. 
Adolf Gerhard 



Office of the Chief of Cavalry 



Maj. Gen. Malin Craig 

Lieut. Col. Daniel Van Voorhis 

Col. William J. Glasgow 

Lieut. Col. Douglas McCaskey. 
Lieut. Col. Willis V. Morris... 

Maj. John B. Coulter.. 

Brig. Gen. E. E. Booth 



Assistant Secretary of War 

Executive assistant to the Assistant Secretary 
of War; chief, administrative division. 

Director, procurement division, and director. 
Army Industrial College. 



Ga 

Miss... 
D. C .- 


12th... 
14th.. 


D. C .. 




Md.... 
D. C... 


6th.... 


Ky 

Pa 

N. Y... 

Ga 

D. C .. 


6th.... 
4th.... 
9th.... 
3d 


Iowa .- 













Chief of Stafl 

Deputy Chief of Staff 

Assistant Chief of Stafl, personnel division, 
G-1. 

Assistant Chief of Stafl, military intelligence 
division, G-2. 

Assistant Chief of Stafl, operations and train- 
ing division, 0-3. 

Assistant Chief of Stafl, supply division, G-4 

Assistant Chief of Stafl, war plans division, 
W. P. D. 

Secretary of the General Stafl 



Chief clerk. 



Lieut. Col. Peter J. Hennessey. 



Chief of Cavalry 

Executive officer... 

Chief, personnel section 

Chief, plans and training section... 

Chief, historical and information section 

Chief, materiel and equipment section 

Commandant, the Cavalry School, Fort 

Riley, Kans. 
Director, the Cavalry Board, Fort Riley, Kans. 



111. 



10th... 



$5,200 
3,600 
2,700 
3,100 
3,400 
3,400 
2,600 
2,300 
2,800 
3,100 
2,100 



10,000 



(?) 



2,900 



li « 



• Complete information as to the organization, area, military posts, and commanding personnel of 
each unit of the United States Military Establishment is given in the Army List and Directory, which 
is published bimonthly by the War Department. It contains an alphabetical list of all officers of the 
Army, with their serial number, organization, and address. This publication can be obtained only by 
purchase from the Superintendent of Public Documents, Washington, D. C, at 25 cents a copy. 

■ Pay of rank, see Army Pay Tables in Appendix, pp. 143, 144. 

27 



28 



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WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Office of the Chief of Field 
Artillery 

Maj. Oen. William J. Snow 

Lieut. Col. Daniel W. Hand... 

Maj. Edward P. King, jr 

Maj. John A. Crane 

Lieut. Col. Edward H. De 
Armond. 

Maj..Alvan C. Sandeford 

Lieut. Col. Alden F. Brewster. 
Master Sergt. Fred Lind. ...... 

Brig. Gen. George Le R. Irwin. 

Office of the Chief of Coast 
Artillery 



Maj. Gen. Frank W. Coe 

Col. Charles E. Kilbourne 

Col. James B. Mitchell 

Lieut. Col. Alfred A. Maybach 

Maj. Clifiord Jones 

Maj. Joseph F. Cottrell 



Hartley I. Sanders 

Brig. Gen. Robert E. Callan.. 



Maj. Frank S. Clark 

Office of the Chief of Infantry 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Maj. Gen. Robert H. Allen 

Col. Willey Howell 

Col. John J. TofTey.. .._ 

Maj. P. J. Mueller 

Col. Alexander J. Macnab 

Lieut. Col. Frederic G. Kellond 

Maj. Erie M. Wilson 

Brig. Gen. Briant H. Wells.... 

Col. Claude H. Miller 



Office of the Chief of 
Chaplains 



Chaplain John T. Axton 

Chaplain Julian E. Yates 

Chaplain Benjamin J. Tarskey. 
Army Field Clerk Augustus S. 

Bonanno. 
Brig. Gen. Edward L. King 



Chief of Field Artillery.. 

Assistant 

Executive.. 

Chief, personnel section. 
Chief, training section.. 



Chief, materiel section 

War plans 

Chief clerk 

Commandant, Field Artillery School, Fort 
Sill, Okla. 



Chief of Coast Artillery 

Executive assistant 

Chief, training section 

Chief, war plans section 

Chief, personnel section 

Chief, materiel section and legislative and 

estimates section. 
Chief clerk. 

Commandant Coast Artillery School, Fort 

Monroe, Va. 
OfRcer in charge, torpedo depot. Fort Totten, 

N. Y. 



Chief of Infantry - 

E.xecutive 

Chief of personnel section 

Chief, military intelligence section.. 

Chief, training section 

Chief, equipment and finance section.. 

Chief, war plans and organization section 

Commandant, Infantry school, Fort Benning, 

Ga. 
Comfaandant, Tank School, Camp Meade, 

Md. 



Legal residence pom- 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Chief of Chaplains- 
Executive 

Personnel oiBcer 

Chief clerk 



Commandant, Chaplains' School, Fort 
Leavenworth, Kans. 



Office of The Adjutant 
General 

Maj. Gen. Robert C. Davis.. 

Brig. Gen. Lutz Wahl 

Col. Charles H. Bridges 

Col. Albert E. Saxton 

Col. Harry H. Tebbetts 

Col. Joseph Wheeler, jr 

Lieut. Col. Alfred J. Booth.. 
Lieut. Col. John B. Shuman. 

Maj. Stuart A. Howard 

Maj. John N. Smith, jr 

"Thomas A. O'Brien 

Office of the Inspector 
General 



Maj. Gen. Eli A. Helmick.. 
Col. Herbert O. Williams.. 
Col. George H. Jamerson... 
Lieut. Col. Thorne Strayer. 

Maj. Frank M. Holmes 

John D. Parker 



The Adjutant General 

Assistant, The Adjutant General 

Adjutant general, enlisted division... 

Adjutant general, officers' division 

Adjutant general, miscellaneous division 

Adjutant general, reserve division 

Adjutant general, publication division 

Adjutant general, executive olTicer 

Adjutant general, old records division 

Adjutant general, selective service and World 

War divisions. 
Chief clerk 



Mass... 



8th.... 



Me. 



Inspector General 

E xecutive 

Chief, inspections division 

Chief, investigations division... 
Chief, money accounts division. 
Chief clerk 



Va 8th..-. 



3,500 



2,600 



2 Pay of rank; see Army Pay Tables in Appendix, pp. 143, 144. 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 



29 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong, 
dlst. 


tion 


Office of the Judge Advocate 
General 

Maj. Gen. John A. Hull 


Judge Advocate General 






(') 


Col. Nuthan D. Ely . 


Judge advocate, chief military justice section. 
Judge advocate, chief military affairs section- 
Judge advocate, chief civil affairs section 






(*) 


Lieut. Col. Kvle Rucker__. . 






W 


Lieut. Col. William B. Pistole 






(') 


Maj. L. Meriwether Smith 


Judge advocate, executive officer . . . 






(?) 


Edwin B. Pitts 


Chief clerk and solicitor 


N. Y... 


32d . .. 


$2,800 


Office of the Quartermaster 
General 

Maj. Gen. W. H. Hart 


Quartermaster General. 


C) 


Col. Frederick W. Van Duvne. 


Executive officer and chief, administrative 

service. 
Chief, supply service .. 






(.^) 


Brig. Gen: J. B. Bellinger 






(2) 


Brig. Gen. A. C. Dalton 


C hief , construction service 






(2) 


Brig. Gen. M. Grav Zalinski 


Chief, transportation service 






(2) 


Col. William Elliott 


Chief, personnel service ... 






(2) 


Lieut. Col. Charles E. Reese .. 


Liaison officer for war planning 






(') 


Col. Ilenrv C. Whitehead 


Chief, remount service 






C^) 


Robert J. Burton 


Executive assistant 


N. Y... 
Md.... 


6th.... 
5th.... 


3,900 


Harry E. Davis 


Chief clerk 


3,000 


Quarter masler Corps 
Lieut. Col. Walter C. Jones 


Commanding officer, Boston Q. M. interme- 
diate depot, Boston, Mass. 

Commanding officer, Chicago Q. M. interme- 
diate depot, Chicago, 111. 

Commanding officer, Jeffersonville Q. M. 
intermediate depot, Jeffersonville, Ind. 

Commanding officer, New Orleans Q. M. in- 
termediate depot. New Orleans, La. 

Commanding officer, Philadelphia Q. M. 
intermediate depot. PhOadelphia, Pa. 

Q. M.,Q.M. purchasing agency, St. Louis.Mo. 

Commanding officer, Seattle Q. M. interme- 
diate depot, Seattle, Wash. 

Commanding officer Holabird Q. M. inter- 
mediate depot, Camp Holabird, Md. 

Commanding officer, Jesup Q. M. interme- 
diate depot, Camp Jesup, Ga. 

Commanding officer, Normoyle Q. M. inter- 
mediate depot, Camp Normoyle, Tex. 

Commanding officer, Front Royal Q. M. in- 
termediate depot. Front Royal, Va. 

Commanding officer, Reno Q. M. interme- 
diate depot. Fort Reno, Okla. 

Commanding officer, Robinson Q. M. inter- 
mediate depot. Fort Robinson, Nebr. 

Q. M. supply officer, New York general inter- 
mediate depot, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Q. M. supply officer, Washington general in- 
termediate depot, Washington, D. C. 

Q. M. supply officer, San Francisco general 
intermediate depot, San Francisco, Calif. 

Q. M. supply officer, 8th corps general area 
depot. Fort Sam Houston, Tex. 

Q. M. supply officer, Columbus general re- 
serve depot, Columbus, Ohio. 

Q. M. supply officer, Schenectady general re- 
serve depot, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Q. M. supply officer, New Cumberland gen- 
eral reserve depot. New Cumberland, Pa. 

Chief, American graves registration service 
in Europe, Paris, France. 

Chief of finance 


(?) 


Col. Patrick W. Guiney 






(^) 


Col. J. R. R. Hannav 






C) 


Col. Louis F. Garrard .- 






(') 


Col. Winthrop S. Wood 






(2) 


Capt. Ira J. W'harton . 






(2) 


Capt. Orville Jackson 






(2) 


Col. William G. Gambrill 






(2) 


Capt. Floy L. Hester 






(2) 


Lieut. Col. William F. Herring- 






(2) 


shaw. 
Maj. Stephen C. Reynolds 






(») 


Maj. Henry J. Weeks.. 






(}) 


Capt. John T. Sallee. 






C) 


Col. Frank H. Lawton. 






(2) 


Lieut. Col. Robert Sterrett 






(2) 


Col. Louis H. Bash 






(2) 


Col. Robert H. Rolfe 






(2) 


Lieut. Col. Herbert L. Evans.. 






(2) 


Capt. Ralph H. Bogle 






(2) 


Col. Sam F. Bottoms 






(2) 


Lieut. Col. WUliam 0. Smith.. 






(2) 


Office of the Chief of 
Finance 

Maj. Gen. Kenzie W. Walker 






(2) 


Col. F. W. Coleman 


Assistant chief of finance 






(2) 


Col. E. A. Sturges 


In charge, estimates and apportionments divi- 
sion. 
Executive officer . . 






(') 


Lieut. CoL P. L. Smith 






(') 


Lieut. Col. W. McK. Lambdin. 


Personnel and war plans officer 






(') 



' Pay of rank; see Army Pay Tables in Appendix, pp. 143, 144. 



30 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



oFriciAL TITLE AND STATION Legal residence 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless j 

otherwise indicated) State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Corn- 



Office of the Chief of 
Finance — Continued 

Capt. E. O. Hopkins 



Capt. L. L. Simms. 



Z. Lewis Dalby... 

A. Rogers 

John L. Beatie 

George R. Taylor. 
A. T. Lewis 



Finance Department at Large' 



Col. E. P. Orton. 
Capt. Carl Halla. 



Capt. Irvin V. Todd. 



Capt. T. F. Powell 

John G. Scrivener 

First Lieut. E. F. Rea.. 
Capt. Frank E. Parker. 
Capt. Percy G. Hoyt... 



Office of the Surgeon General 

Maj. Gen. Merritte W. Ireland. 
Brig. Gen. Walter D. McCaw.. 
Col. Carl R. Darnall 



Lieut. Col. Charles L. Foster... 

Lieut. Col. Joseph F. Siler 

Maj. Albert G. Love 

Lieut. Col. Rex H. Rhoades 

Lieut. Col John A. McKinnon. 
Lieut. Col. James M. Phalen... 



Maj. George R. Callender. 

Maj. Julia C. Stimson 

Bertis B. Thompson. 



Medical Department of the Army 
Brig. Gen. James D. Glennan.. 



Col. Henry C. Fisher 

Maj. William S. Rice 

Lieut. Col. William P. Hill 

First Lieut. Elizabeth A. 

Melby. 
Lieut. Col. Charles R. Rey- 
nolds. 
Lieut. Col. Robert U. Patterson 



Col. James M. Kennedy. 

Lieut. Col. Paul C. Hutton 

Lieut. Col. M. A. W. Shockley, 

Col. Edward R. Schreiner 

Lieut. Col. Lloyd C. Smith 

Office of the Chief of 

Engineers 

Maj. Gen. Harry Taylor 

Brig. Gen. Edgar Jadwin 

Claude I-indsey 

Herbert L. Buell 

Marcus W. Lewis 



In charge, advisory and administrative 
division. 

In charge, property and contract audit divi- 
sion. 

Assistant to chief of finance 

Chief clerk 

Auditor, Red Cross 

Chief, estimates and apportionments division . 

Chief, advisory and administrative division.. 



Finance officer, D. C 

Executive officer; chief money accounts and 

pay and mileage branches. 
Chief, allotment and bond and difference 

sheet branches. 

Chief, transportation branch 

Cb ief clerk 

Finance officer. Army medical center, D. C... 

Commandant, Finance School, D. C 

Property auditor, district of Washington 



Surgeon General 

Assistant 

Executive officer; chief, administrative divi- 
sion; chief, inspection division. 

Chief, personnel division 

Chief, professional service division 

Chief, vital statistics division 

Chief, dental division 

Chief, veterinary division 

Chief, library division: librarian. Army med- 
ical library. 

Curator, Army Medical Museum 

Superintendent, Army Nurse Corps 

Chief clerk 



D. C. 

Ind.. 
Ga..- 
N. Y. 
N. J.. 



9th.. 
5th.. 
28th. 
1st.. 



Md... 



6th. 



Ind 



6th.... 



Commanding officer. Army medical center 
and Walter Reed General Hospital, D. C. 
Commandant, Army Medical School, D. C 
Commandant, Army Dental School, D. C — 
Commandant, Army Veterinary School, D. C. 
Director, Army School of Nursing, D. C 



Commandant, Medical Field Seivice School, |. 

Carlisle Barracks, Pa. j 

Commanding officer. Army and Navy Gen- u 

eral Hospital, Hot Springs, Ark. | 

Commanding officer, Letterman General . 

Hospital, San Francisco, Calif. 
Commanding officer, Fitzsimons General 1. 

Hospital, Fitzsimons Station, Denver, Colo. | 
Commanding officer, William Beaumont '. 

General Hospital, El Paso, Tex. j 

Commanding officer, Tripler General Hos- , 

pital, Honolulu, T. H. | 

Acting commanding officer, Sternberg General i. 

Hospital, Manila, P. I. 1 



Chief of Engineers 

Assistant Chief of Engineers I 

Chief clerk I Pa 

Assistant engineer, miscellaneous civil works.] N._ Y.. 
Assistant engineer, civil works i Wis... 



6th.... 
40th... 

nth... 



'Offices of the Finance Department at Large are maintained in the fofiowing places: Boston, Mass.; 
Brooklyn, N. Y.: Baltimore, Md.; Fortress Monroe, Va.; Philadelphia, Pa.; Atlanta, Ga.; Fort Hayes, 
Ohio; Jeffersonville, Ind.; Chicago, 111.; St. Louis, Mo.: Omaha, Nebr.; Fort Sam Houston, Tex.; Fort 
Bliss, Tex.; San Francisco, Calif.; Seattle, Wash.; Vancouver Barracks, Wash.; Fort MacArthur, Calif. 

' Pay of rank; see Army Pay Tables in Appendix, pp. 143, 144. 

' Pay of colonel. 

< Pay of brigadier general. 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 



31 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continiu'd 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATIOK 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Office of the Chief of Engi- 
neers — Continued 

Engineer Department at Large 

Maj. Charles R. Pettis 

First Lieut. Walter L. Med- 
ding. 

Edwin E. Corry 

Col. Spencer Cosby 



Maj. F. K. Newcomer. 
Maj. Harold C. Fiske.. 



District engineer, Baltimore, Md. 
Military assistant, Boston, Mass., 



Maj. Rufus W. Putnam 

Maj. A. K. B. Lyman 

Lieut. Col. Elliott J. Dent . 
Lieut. Col. G. B. Pillsbiu-y.. 

F. G. Ray 



Maj. Robert W. Crawford. 

G. A. Tavlor 

Maj. M. C. Tvler 

Maj. J. L. Schley 

Maj. William H. Lanagan. 



Maj. H. M. Trippe.. 

Lieut. Col. Gilbert A. Young- 
berg. 

Maj. James G. Steese 

Maj. C. C. Gee. 

Maj. H. A. Finch 

Lieut. Col. George R. Spalding. 
Maj. Donald H. Connolly. 



Assistant engineer, Boston, Mass 

Division engineer. Lakes div., Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

District engineer, Charleston, S. C 

DLstrirt engineer, Chattanooga and Nash- 
ville, Tcnn. 

District engineer, Chicago, 111 

District engineer, Cincinnati, Ohio 

District engineer, Detroit, Mich.. 

District engineer, U. S. lake survey, Detroit, 
Mich. 

Associate engineer, U. S. lake survey, Detroit, 
i Mich. 

I District engineer, Duluth, Minn 

! Assistant engineer, Duluth, Minn 

I District engineer, Florence, .\la 

' District engineer, Galveston, Tex 

Di-strict engineer and dept. engr., Honolulu, 
T. H. 

District engineer, Huntington, W. Va 

District engineer, Jacksonville, Fla 



La. 



1st. 



111. 



6th. 



Maj. n. H. Stickney, jr. 



Maj. Gilbert Van B. Wilkes.. 

Maj. T. H. Emerson.. 

Maj. Edwin A. Bethel . 

Col. C. McD. Townsend 

Maj. H. S. Bennion 



Col. W. B. Ladue. 



Capt. R. G. Barrows.. 
Col. Herbert Deakyne. 



District engineer, Juneau, Alaska 

District engineer, Kansas City, Mo 

District engineer, Los Angeles, Calif 

District engineer, Louisville, Ky 

District engineer, Memphis, Tenn., and First 
and Second Mississippi River dists., Mem- 
phis, Tenn. 

District engineer, Mississippi River dredg- 
ing dist., Memphis, Tenn. 

District engineer, Milwaukee, Wis 

District engineer. Mobile, Ala 

District engineer, Montgomery, Ala 

District engineer. New Orleans, La 

District engineer. Fourth Mississippi River 
dist., New Orleans, La. 

Engineer, Second Corps -\rea, Governors 
Island, N. Y.; district engineer, 1st dist., 
New York; and district engineer, 3d dist., 
New York. 

Military assistant, 1st dist.. New York.. 

District engineer, Porto Rico dist.. New 
York; district engineer, 2d dist., New 
York; division engineer, N. E. div., New 
York; and senior member, N. Y. Harbor 
Line Board, New York. 

Assistant engineer, 2d dist.. New York 

Assistant engineer, 2d dist., New York.. 

District engineer, Norfolk, Va 

District engineer, Philadelphia, Pa 

District engineer, Pittsburgh, Pa 

Military assistant, 1st dist., Portland, Oreg.. 

District engineer, 1st and 2d dists., Portland, 
Oreg. 

District engineer, Providence, R. I., and 
Boston, Mass. 

District engineer. Rock Island. Ill 

District engineer, St. Louis, Mo 

Secretary and disbursing oflBcer, Mississippi 
River Commission, St. Louis, Mo. 

District engineer, St. Paul, Minn 

District engineer, 1st dist., San Francisco, 
Calif. 

District engineer, 2d dist., San Francisco, 
Calif. 

District engineer. Savannah, Ga 

District engineer, Seattle, Wash.; division 
engineer. Northern Pacific division, Seattle, 
Wash. 

District engineer, third Mississippi River 
dist., Vicksburg, Miss. 

' Pay of rank; see Army Pay Tables in Appendix, pp. 143, 144. 
59927—251 4 



Edward B. Snell 

C. D. Mayhew 

Lieut. Col. F. A. Pope. 

Col. F. C. Boggs.... 

Maj. Edmond L. Daley 

Capt. Ludson D. Worsham.. 
Maj. R. T. Coiner 



Maj. R. G. PoweU. 



Maj. Beverly C. Dunn 

Maj. John C. Ootwals 

Capt. Edward N. Chisholm, jr. 



Maj. C. F. Williams 

Maj. John W. N. Schulz. 



Minn.. 



8th.... 



Tenn. 



Tenn... 



10th... 



10th. 



N. Y... 
N. J..., 



Maj. C. S. Ridley 

Maj. William F. Tompkins. .. 
Col. W. J. Barden 



Maj. R. P. Howell. 



25th. 
1st.. 



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WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Office of the Chief of Engi- 
neers — Continued 

Engineer Department at Large — 
Continued 

Maj. J. A. O'Connor 

Col. Earl I. Brown 

Maj. Oscar O. Kuentz 

Capt. J. C. Fremont 



Col. C. W. Kutz 

Col. Q. M. Hoffman 

Col. Edward H. Schulz. 

H. T. Kerr.. 

Robert W. ChaSee.... 

Lieut. Col. Gustave R. Lukesh 

Col. J. C. Oakes , 

Col. Charles L. Potter , 



Lieut. Col. William P. Stokey, 
Maj. William B. Harrison 



Col. Albert E. Waldron 

Lieut. Col. William C. Weeks. 
Maj. John.N. Hodges 



Col. Thomas H. Jackson 

Lieut. Col. WOdurr Willing.... 
Capt. T. D. Simkins 

Lieut. Col. Henry C. Jewett... 



Maj. John S. Butler... 
Col. E. M. Markham. 



Maj. D. O. Elliott 

Capt. Frank, W. Gano... 
Capt. William E. Harris. 



Board of Engineers for Rivers 
and Harbors, Washington, 
D. C. 



Maj. G. R. Young 

Capt. John G. Drinkwater.. 

H. W. Hobbs.. 

Theodore R. Vogel 

Granville Smith 

L. D. Norsworthy 

William Gerig 

Harry L. Freer 

Office of the Chief of 
Ordnance 



Maj. Gen. C. C. Williams 

Brig. Gen. C. L'H. Ruggles.... 

Brig. Gen. J. W. Joyes.. 

Maj. C. T. Harris 

Nathan Hazen 



Ordnance Department at Large 
Col. C. M. Wesson 

Lieut. Col. S. S. Underwood... 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



District engineer, Washington, D.C... 

District engineer, Wilmington, Del... 

District engineer, Wilmington, N. C 

Supervisor of New York Harbor, New York, 
N. Y. 

Division engineer, central div., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. 

Division engineer. Gulf div., New Orleans, 
La. • 

Division engineer, Hawaiian div., Honolulu, 
T. H. 

Assistant engineer. Lakes div., Cleveland, 
Ohio. 

Assistant engineer. Northeastern div.. New 
York, N. Y. 

Division engineer. Pacific div., San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. 

Division engineer. Southeastern div., Charles- 
ton, S. C. 

President Mississippi River Commission, 
St. Louis, Mo., and division engineer, West- 
ern div., St. Louis, Mo. 

Engineer, Fourth Corps Area, Atlanta, Ga.. 

Engineer, Fifth Corps Area, Fort Hayes, 
Columbus, Ohio. 

Engineer, Sixth Corps Area, Chicago, 111 

Engineer, Seventh Corps Area, Omaha, Nebr. 

Engineer, Eighth Corps Area, Fort Sam 
Houston, Tex. 

Engineer, Ninth Corps Area, San Francisco, 
Calif. 

Department engineer and division engineer, 
Panama Canal Dept., C. Z. ' 

Assistant department engineer, Hawaiian 
Dept., Honolulu, T. H. 

District engineer, Manila, P. I.; department 
engineer, Philippine Dept., Manila, P. I. 

District engineer, Quarry Heights, C. Z 

Commandant, Engineer School, Fort Hum- 
phreys, Va. 

Officer in charge, Engineer reproduction 
plant, Washington Barracks, D. C. 

Engineer supply officer, Columbus general 
reserve depot, Columbus, Ohio. 

Engineer supply officer, New York general 
intermediate depot, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



o. f Cong. 



Ohio... 22d. 

N. Y...: 6th. 



Resident member.. 
Military assistant.. 
Associate engineer.. 
Assistant engineer.. 
Assistant engineer. 
Assistant engineer. 
Assistant engineer . 
Chief clerk 



Chief of Ordnance.. 

Assistant. 

Assistant 

Executive assistant. 
Chief clerk 



Commanding officer, Aberdeen Proving 

Ground, Md. 
Commanding officer, Augusta Arsenal, 

Augusta, Ga. 



Me... 
S.C. 
Md.. 

N.Y. 



D.C. 



Pa. 



1st.. 
2d... 
4th.. 
19th. 



30th... 



2 Pay of rank; see Army Pay Tables in Appendix, pp. 143, 144. 



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33 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Office of the Chief of 
Ordnance — Continued 

Ordnance Department at Large- 
Continued 

Maj. C. E. Partridge 

Howard Bruce 



Capt. Harold S. Wilkins. 
John Stephen Sewell 



Capt. Cornelius H. Menger. 
Charles H. Tenney 



Capt. L. P. Crim.. 

Col. B. A. Franklin (O. R.)... 

Ledyard Cogswell, jr 



Capt. Rosswell E. Hardy.. 

Maj. E. H. Chase, jr 

Capt. Walter C. Hamilton. 

E. A. Russell 



Capt. Reynold F. Melin. 
C. L. Harrison 



Capt. Robert S. Barr. 
Col. Frank A. Scott... 



First Lieut. Charles E. Whitney 
Warrant Officer Lewis C. Dy- 

sart. 
Maj. Charles H. Traeger 



Capt. John E. Brown. 
Henry A. O'Dell 



Capt. Clarence Barnard 

Capt. John A. Root 

First Lieut. D. N. Hauseman.. 



Maj. Charles M. Steese 

Col. Odus C. Horney 

Maj. Willard K. Richards 

Warrant Officer S. J. Lewis 

Warrant Officer J. W. Peairs... 



James L. Walsh 

Capt. H. W. Churchill. 

Warrant Officer John McDon- 
ald. 
Tech. Sergt. Gotfred Larsen.. 

Maj. O. J. Gatchell 



John C. Jones 

First Lieut. F.C. Shaffer.. 
Lieut. Col. George L. Wall. 

Maj. Norman F. Ramsey.. 

First Lieut. John J. Breen. 



Ralph M. Dravo 

Capt. Fred A. McMahon. 
Lieut. Col. A. F. Casad... 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Commanding officer, Benicia Arsenal, Beni- 

cia, Calif. 
District chief, Baltimore (Md.) district ord- 
nance office. 

Executive assistant 

District chief, Birmingham (Ala.) district 

ordnance office. 

E.xecutive assistant 

District chief, Boston (Mass.) district ord- 
nance office. 

Executive assistant 

District chief, Bridgeport ordnance office, 

Springfield, Mass. 
District chief, Buffalo ordnance district, 

Watervliet Arsenal, N. Y. 

Executive assistant 

Ordnance officer. Camp Meade, Md 

Commanding officer, Charleston ordnance 

reserve depot, Charleston, S. C. 
District chief, Chicago ordnance district, 

Chicago, 111. 

Executive assistant 

District chief, Cincinnati ordnance district, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Executive assistant 

District chief, Cleveland ordnance district, 

Cleveland, Ohio. 

Executive assistant 

Ordnance Supply officer, Columbus general 

reserve depot, Columbus, Ohio. 
Commanding officer, Curtis Bay ordnance 

reserve depot, Curtis Bay, Md. 
Commanding officer, Delaware ordnance 

reserve depot, Pedricktown, N. J. 
Chief, Detroit ordnance district, Detroit, 

Mich. 

Executive assistant 

Ordnance officer, Edgewood Arsenal, Md 

Ordnance officer, Erie Proving Gorund, 

Ohio. 
Ordnance officer, Field Artillery School, Fort 

Sill, Okla. 
Commanding officer, Frankford Arsenal, 

Pa. 
Commanding officer, Hawaiian ordnance 

depot, Honolulu, T. H. 
Ordnance supply officer, general reserve 

depot. New Cumberland, Pa. 
Ordnance supply officer, quartermaster inter- 
mediate depot. New Orleans, La. 
District chief. New York ordnance district... 

Executive officer. 

Ogden ordnance reserve depot, Ogden, Utah.. 

Commanding, Old Hickory ordnance reserve 

depot. Old Hickory, Tenn. • •^■> -■■*««'*» 
Commanding officer, Panama ordnance 

depot. iinwM'WiwKW 'Via-eiPfo xWf y 

Chief, Philadelphia district ordnance office... 

Executive assistant 

Commanding officer, Philippine ordnance 

depot. 
Commanding officer, Picntinny Arsenal, 

Dover, N. J. 
Commanding, Pig Point ordnance reserve 

depot, Pig Point, Va. < :MJiiiJ»,Ji^. 

Chief, Pittsburgh ordnance district 

Executive assistant 

Commanding officer, Raritan Arsenal, Me- 

tuehen, N. J., and commandant, Ordnance 

Specialists' School. 

2 Pay of rank; see Army Pay Tables in Appendix, pp. 143, 144. 



Legal residence 



State 



Md... 



Ala 



Mass.. 



N. Y. 



m. 



Ohio. 
Ohio I 



Md. 



Mich. 



N. Y. 



Pa. 



Cong, 
dist. 



5th.... 



9th.... 



1st... 



28th. 



10th... 



1st 



9th.... 



34th... 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



(') 
(») 



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(2) 



34 



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WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 





OFFICI.\L TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


Office of the Chief of 

Ordnance— Continued 

Ordnance DepaTtment at Large — 
Continued 

Col. David M. King 


Commanding officer, Rock Island arsenal, 
111. 

Executive assistant, St. Louis ordnance dis- 
trict. 

Commanding officer, San Antonio Arsenal, 
Tex. 

Chief of San Francisco ordnance district 

Executive assistant 






(2) 


Maj. Selby H. Frank. 






(2) 


Maj. P. J. R. Kiehl 






(}) 


Bruce Cornwall 


Calif... 


6th.... 


$1 


Maj. M. L. Brett 


W 


Maj. George F. Lemon 


Commanding officer, Savanna proving 

ground. 111. 
Ordnance supply officer, Schenectady general 

reserve depot. 
Commanding officer, Springfield Armory, 

Mass. 
Commanding officer, U. S. nitrate plant No. 

2, Muscle Shoals, Ala. 
Chief clerk, U. S. nitrate plant No. 2, Muscle 

Shoals, Ala. 
Commanding officer and commandant of 

Ordnance School, Watertown Arsenal, 

Watertown, Mass. 
Director of laboratories, Watertown Arsenal, 

Watertown, Mass. 
Commanding officer, Watervliet Arsenal, 

N. Y. 
Commanding Wingate ordnance reserve 

depot. 
Ordnance officer, Fort Sam Houston, Tex... 


■ 


(^) 


Warrant Officer William J. 




(.') 


Rusch. 
Col. Herman W. Schull 




(^) 


Warrant Officer Anthony Poyet. 






(2) 


Fred W. Robinson 


Ala 


8th.... 


3,000 


Col. T. C. Dickson 


C^) 


F. CLangenberg 


Mass. . 


8th.... 


28p.d. 


Col. Edwin D. Bricker 


(2) 


Warrant Officer Joseph H. 






C) 


Lewis. 
Lieut. Col. Glen F. Jenks 






(2) 


Office of the Chief Signal 
Officer 

Maj. Gen. Charles McK. Saltz- 


Chief Signal Officer 






(-) 


man. 
Lieut. Col. Alvin C. Voris 


Executive officer... ... . 






(-) 


H. S. Flynn 


Civilian assistant 


D.C... 




3,000 


Louis M. Evans 


Chief engineer . . .... 


Qa 


5th-... 


5,200 


Signal Service at Large 
Col. John D. L. Ilartman 


Officer in charge, Washington- Alaska military 
cable and telegraph system, Seattle, Wash. 
Cable engineer, Seattle, Wash.. 


(^) 


Henrv Winter 


D.C 




5,200 


Charles 0. Pierson . 


Auditor, Seattle, Wash.. 


D.C... 




3,600 


Charles Murphy 


Chief cable operator, Seattle, Wash 


Wash.. 
Tenn.. 


1st 

6th_... 


3,000 


J. B L. Hickerson 


Office manager, Seattle, Wash.. 


3,300 


Col. James B. .Allison 


Commanding officer. Fort Monmouth, N. J-. 


0) 


Jackson H. Pressley. 


Associate radio engineer. Fort Monmouth, 
N. J. 

Radio engineer. Fort Monmouth, N. J 

Chief clerk, Fort Monmouth, N. J 


Calif... 




5,200 


Ralph T. Kendall. - 


N. J .. 




3,800 


Samuel H. Miller.. 


Ind..-. 


12th... 


2,700 


Capt. William H. Murphy 


Commanding officer, S. C. McCook Field, 
aircraft radio laboratory, Dayton, Ohio. 

Assistant radio engineer, Dayton, Ohio 

Meteorologist, Davton, Ohio . . 


(2) 


Eugene S. Donovan 


N. Y... 
Conn.. 


8th.... 
4th-... 


3,000 


James W. Goodin 


3,000 


Col. Thomas L. Brewer. 


Signal supply officer. New York general 
intermediate supply depot. South Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 

Cable engineer, South Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Chief clerk, South Brooklvn, N. Y 


(^) 


Albert Garinger.. 


Conn.. 
N. Y... 


4th-... 
8th.... 


3,000 


John E. Lynch 


2,700 


Capt. Thomas D. Bowman 


Signal supply officer, Chicago quartermaster 

intermediate depot, Chicago, 111. 
Electrical assistant, Chicago, 111 . . 


(.') 


Curtis W. Thomas 


Ill 

Ill 


0th-.. 
6th_... 


2,100 


James J. Fitzgerald . 


Principal clerk, Chicago, 111 . . 


2,100 


Capt. Thomas L. Clark_ . .. 


Signal supply officer, Eighth Corps Area 
general depot. Fort Sam Houston, Tex. 

Signal supply officer, San Francisco general 
intermediate depot. Fort Mason, Cahf. 


(.') 


Col. Charles S. Wallace 






(}) 


Office of Chief of Air Service 






C) 


Brig. Gen. James E. Fechet 


Assistant C hief of Air Service 






(2) 


Maj. W. G. Kilner. 


Executive officer . . 






(?) 


John J. Mullaney 


Chief clerk 


D. C... 




3,000 



» Pay of rank; see Army Pay Tables in .\ppendix, pp. 143, 144. 



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35 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OfHce of Chief of Air Service- 
Continued 

Air Service at Large 

Maj. Barton K. Yount 

Maj. Howard C. Davidson — 
Maj. Martin F. Scanlon 

Flying Fields 
Maj. Henry B. Clagett 



Maj. Ralph Royce. 

Maj. WilUam 0. McChord- 

Maj. Delos C. Emmons 



Lieut. Col. Clarence C. Culver. 

Maj. O. Westover 

Maj. H. H. C. Richards 



Maj. John F. Curry- 



Lieut. Col. B. D. Foulois. 
Maj. Eugene A. Lohman. 

First Lieut. C. P. Kane... 



Lieut. Col. John A. Paegelow.. 
Maj. Thomas G. Lanphier 

Air Intermediate Depots 
Maj. A. W. Robins.. 

Maj. Archie W. Barry — 

Maj. W. R. Weaver 

Lieut. Col. Harry Graham 

Maj. Frank D. Lackland 

Airdromes 

Lieut. R. J. Brown, jr 

First Lieut. Raymond R. 

Brown. 
First Lieut. Horace S. Kenyon, 

jr. 
Maj. E. L. Hoffman 



First Lieut. Frank M. McKee. 

First Lieut. Royal B. Lea 

First Lieut. J. E. Parker.. 

First Lieut. Theodore J. Koenig. 

First Lieut. Oakley G. Kelly.. 

Offices of Procurement Planning 
Representatives 

Capt. Romeyn B. Hough, jr... 

First Lieut. Donald R. Goodrich. 

First Lieut. Charles B. De 

Shields. 
Maj. Jenner Y. Chisum.. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



District Procurement Offices 
First Lieut. Max F. Moyer... 
J. A. McDonnell 



Assistant military attach^ for aviation, Paris, 
France. 

Assistant military attache for aviation, Lon- 
don, England. 

.Assistant military attach6 for aviation, Rome, 
Italy. 



Commanding officer. Boiling Field, D. C 

Commanding officer. Brooks Field, Tex. 

Commanding officer, Chanute Field, Ran- 
toul. 111. 

Commanding officer, Crissy Field, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. 

Commanding officer, Kelly Field, Tex 

Commanding officer, Langley Field, Va 

Commanding officer, Ma.xwell Field, Mont- 
gomery, Ala. 

Commanding officer, MeCook Field, Day- 
ton, Ohio. 

Commanding officer, ATitchel Field, N. Y — 

Commanding officer, Phillips Field, Aber- 
deen Proving Ground, Md. 

Commanding officer, Ross Field, Arcadia, 
Calif. 

Commanding officer, Scott Field, III 

Commanding officer, Selfridge Field, Mount 
Clemens, Mich. 



Commanding officer, Fairfield air interme- 
diate depot, Fairfield, Ohio. 

Commanding officer. Little Rock air inter- 
mediate depot. Little Rock, Ark. 

Commanding officer, Middletown air inter- 
mediate depot, Middletown, Pa. 

Commanding ollicer, Rockwell air interme- 
diate depot, Coronado, Calif. 

Commanding officer, San Antonio air inter- 
mediate depot, San Antonio, Tex. 



Legal residence 



State 



Commanding officer, Boston airport. Mass... 

Commanding officer. Bowman Field, Jefler- 
sontown, Ky. 

Commanding officer. Clover Field, Santa 
Monica, Calif. 

Commanding officer, Grisard Field, Blue 
Ash, Ohio. 

Commanding officer, Norton Field, Colum- 
bus, Ohio. 

Commanding officer, Pittsburgh airport, 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Commanding officer, Schoen Field, Fort 
Benj. Harrison, Ind. 

Commanding officer. Sand Point Airdrome, 
Seattle, Wash. 

Commanding officer, Pearson Field, Van- 
couver Barracks, Wash. 



Procurement planning representative, Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Procurement planning representative, De- 
troit, Mich. 

Procurement planning representative, New 
York, N. Y. 

Procurement planning representative, San 
Francisco, Calif. 



District manager, balloon production and 

inspection, Akron, Ohio. 
District manager, .\ir service procurement 

section, New York City. 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



h 

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$3, 300 



2 Pay of rank; see Army Pay Tables in Appendix, pp. 143, 144. 



36 



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WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Bureau of Insular Affairs 

Maj. Gen. Frank McIntjTe 

Col. Orval P. Townshend 

Maj. John S. Sullivan. 

L. V. Carmack 



Government of the Philippine 
Islands (Manila) 

Leonard Wood 

Eugene A. GOmore .- 



Honorio Ventura 

Miguel Unson 

Luis P. Torres 

Silverio Apostol 

Cipriano E. Unson 

Manuel L. Quezon — 

Manuel Ro.xas 

Ben Wright 

Paciano Dizon 

Isauro Gubaldon 

Pedro Guevara 

Ramon Avancena 

E. Finley Johnson 

Thomas A. Street 

George A. Malcolm.. 

Ignacio Villamor 

James Ostrand 

Charles A. Johns 

Norberto Romualdez. 
Antonio Villa-Real 



Government of Porto Pico 
{San Juan) 

Horace M. Towner 

George C. Butte 

Juan G. Gallardo 

Guillcrmo Estcves. 

Juan B. Huyke 

Carlos E. Chardon 

Dr. Pedro N. Ortiz 

W. L. Kessinger 

E.J. Saldana.- 

Emilio del Toro 

Adolph G. Wolf 

Pedro dp Aldrey 

Harvey M. Hutchison 

Carlos Franco Soto 

Pedro Cordova Davila 

Militia Bureau 

Maj. Gen. Creed C. nam.mnnd- 

Col. Ezekiel J. Williams. 

Col. Louis C . Scherer 

Col. Frederick B. Shaw 

Lieut. Col. L. W. Prunty 

Lieut. Col. John P. McAdams. 

Lieut. Col. J. Watt Page 

Lieut. Col. N. J. WUey 

Maj. William A. Turnbull. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Chief of bureau... 
Assistant to chief.. 
Assistant to chief. 
Chief clerk 



Governor general, Manila, P. I 

Vice governor (and secretary of public in- 
struction) . 

Secretary of the interior 

Acting secretary of finance 

Acting secretary of justice 

Secretary of agriculture and natural resources). 
Secretary of commerce and communications.. 

President of the senate 

Speaker of the house of representatives 

Insular auditor 

Assistant insular auditor 

Resident Commissioner to the United States. 
Resident Commissioner to the United States. 

Chief justice of the supreme court 

Associate justice of the supreme court. ._ 

Associate justice of the supreme court 

Associate justice of the supreme court _ . 

Associate justice of the supreme court 

Associate justice of the supreme court 

Associate justice of the supremo court 

Associate justice of the supreme court 

Associate justice of the supreme court 



Walter A. Saunders Chief clerk 



Governor, San Juan, P. R 

Attorney general 

Treasurer 

Commissioner of the interior 

Commissioner of education 

Comm^issioner of agriculture and labor.. 

Commissioner of health 

Auditor 

Executive secretary 

Chief justice of the supreme court 

Associate justice of the supreme court 

Associate justice of the supreme court 

Associate justice of the supreme court 

Associate justice of the supreme court 

Resident Conmiissioner to the United States, 



Chief of bureau 

Executive officer 

Chief personnel section 

Chi?f, ti-iiining section.. _ 

Chief, admiiu,str;.tive section. 

Chief, supply section 

Chief, regulations section 

Chief, organization section... 
Chief, legal section 



Legal residence 



State 



Ky. 



N.H. 
Wis.. 



P.I... 
P.I... 
P.I... 
P.I... 
P.I... 
P.I... 
P.I... 
Calif.. 
P.I... 
P.I... 
P.I... 
P.I.._ 
Mich.. 
Ala... 
Mich.. 
P.I... 
Minn. 
Oreg.. 
P. I... 
P.J... 



Iowa. 
Tex.. 
P. R.. 
P. R_ 
P. R. 
P. R- 
P. R. 
Mo.. 
P. R. 
P. R. 



P. R. 
Tex.. 
P. R. 
P. R. 



Office of Chief of Cliemical 
Warfare Service 

Maj. Gen. Amos A. Fries 

Lieut. Col. C. E. Brigham 

Maj. Edward C. Wallington.. 

Maj. James W. Lyon 

Capt. George F. Unmacht 

Maj. O. A. Eastwold _.. 

Maj. Fred Seydel 

Maj. Charles R. Alley 

Guy B. Tippens 



Chief of the Chemical Warfare Service . 

Executive officer 

Chief, training division _. 

Chief, supply division 

Chief, industrial relations 

Pe rsonnel officer. 

Chief, procurement planning division.. 

Chief, technical division.... 

Chief clerk 



D. C. 



Cong, 
dist. 



6th.... 



Ohio... 12th. 



» Washington, D. C. 



2 Pay of rank; see Army Pay Tables in Appendix, pp. 143, 144. 
' ?ay and allowances of a Representative in Congress, with $2,000 per annum in lieu of mileage. 
• Pay and allowances of a Representative in Congress and $500 for mileage. 



Official Register oj the United States, 1925 



37 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OfiBce of Chief of Chemical 
Warfare Service— Contd. 

Edgewood Arsenal, Edgewood, 
Md. 



Col, C. W. Exton. 
Maj. R. L. Avery. 

James E. Mills 

C. U. Beebe 



Chemical Warfare Service School, 
Edgewood, Md. 



Col. C. W. Exton 

Maj. Haig Shekerjian. 



The Army War College, 
Washington, D. C. 



Maj. Gen. Hanson E. Ely.. 

Col. neibert B. Crosby 

Lieut. Col. John J. Fulmer. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Commanding officer- 
Executive officer 

Chief chemist 

Librarian 



Commandant 

Assistant commandant. 



Legal residence 



State 



S. C. 
Md.. 



Commandant 

Assistant commandant- 
Executive officer 



U. S. Military Academy, 
West Point, N. Y. 

! 

Maj. Gen. F. W. Sladen i Superintendent and commandant. 

Maj. Henry B. Lewis --j Adjutant - - 

Capt. George S. Andrew-. ; Personnel adjutant. 

Isaac A. Boyle ,,.■.■ 

William J. Middleton 

John G. Pavek 

Vincent B. Rigney 

George C. Knittle... 



National Board for the Pro- 
motion of Rifle Practice, 
Washington, D. C. 

Lieut. Col. George C. Shaw 

Capt. John R. Brooke, jr 



Director of Civilian Marks- 
manship, Washington, D. C. 



Lieut. Col. George C. Shaw. 
Capt. John R. Brooke, jr 



Chief clerk - 

Chief, academic division. 

Chief, military division. - 

Chief, record division 

Chief, statistical division- 



Executive officer. 
Assistant 



Director.. 
Assistant- 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



7th. 
2d.. 



N.Y.-. 
N.Y... 
N.Y--. 
N.Y... 
N.Y... 



(2) 
{') 

$7, 500 
4,500 



26th. 

26th. 
26th- 
26th- 
26th. 



Army Corps Areas and 
Departments 

First Corps Area ' 

Maj. Gen. Andre W. Brewster. 

Col. Charles D. Roberts 

Col. John E. Woodward 

Col. George D. Moore 

Lieut. Col. Edwin O. Saunders 

Col. William E. Horton 

Col. Joseph H. Ford 

Lieut. Col. William H. Clopton, 

jr. 
First Lieut. Walter L. Medding 

Col. Edward P. O'Hern 

Col. Rush S. Wells 

Capt. Thomas J. Johnston 

Maj. Ira Longanecker 

' Pay of rank; see Army Pay Tables in .\ppendix, pp. 143, 144. 

' The First Corps Area includes the States of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode 
Island, and Connecticut. In so far only as coast defenses and field operations incident thereto are con- 
cerned, that portion of the State of New York which Hes east of west longitude 72° 30' is attached to the 
First Corps Area; headquarters, Army Base, Boston 9, Mass. 



Commanding 

Chief of staff 

Adjutant general. 

Inspector 

Judge advocate... 

Quartermaster 

Surgeon .-- 

Finance officer-.. 



Acting engineer 

Ordnance officer 

Signal officer 

Chemical warfare officer. 
Air officer 



(2) 

2,700 
2,100 
1,860 
1,860 
1,860 



(') 
(2) 
(») 
(2) 

(») 



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WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Army Corps Areas and De- 
partments—Continued 

Second Corps Area 8 

Maj. Gen. Charles P. Sum- 
merall. 

Col. Berkeley Enochs 

Col. Archibald Campbell 

Col. William C. Rivers. 

Col. Henry M. Morrow 

Col. Clyffard Game... 

Col. Frank R. Keefer 

Col. Edwin A. Hickman _. 

Col. William B. Ladue 

Col. Thales L. Ames, 

Col. Edward T. Hartmann 

Capt. Adrian St. John 

Col. Theodore A. Baldwin, jr. . 

Third Corps Area » 

Maj. Gen. Douglas MacArthur. 

Col. Isaac Jenks — 

Col. Paul T. Hayne 

Lieut. Col. Beverly F. Browne. 
Lieut. Col. James H. Stansfield. 

Col. Theodore B. Hacker 

Col. Christopher C.Collins 

Col. Robert S. Offley 

Maj. Charles R. Pettis.. 

Maj. Harry R. Kutz 

Lieut. Col. Sebring C. Megill.. 

Maj. Charles E. T. Lull 

Lieut. Col. John H. Howard... 

Fourth Corps Area lo 

Maj. Gen. Johnson Hagood 

Col. Thomas W. Darrah 

Col. Edgar T. Conley.. 

Col. Henry S. Wagner 

Maj. Allen M. Burdette 

Col. William R. Gibson 

Col. Henry A. Webber 

Lieut. Col. William J. Kend- 

rick. 
Lieut. Col. William P. Stokey. . 

Maj . Charles M . Roberts. 

Col. Oren B. Meyer 

Capt. Edmund G. Steis 

Lieut. Col. Charles H. Dan- 

forth. 



Commanding- 



Chief of staff 

Adjutant general 

Inspector 

Judge advocate 

Quartermaster 

Surgeon _ . 

Finance officer 

Engineer 

Ordnance officer 

Signal officer 

Chemical warfare officer. 
Air officer 



C ommanding _ _ 

Chief of staff 

Adj utant general 

Inspector 

Judge advocate 

Quartermaster 

Surgeon 

Finance officer 

Engineer 

Ordnance officer _. 

Signal officer 

Chemical warfare officer. 
Air officer 



Commanding 

Chief of staff ._.- 
Adjutant general. 

Inspector 

Judge advocate... 

Quartermaster 

Surgeon 

Finance officer... 



E ngineer 

Ordnance officer 

Signal officer .- 

Chemical warfare officer. 
Air officer 



2 Pay of rank; see .\rmy Pay Tables in Appendix, pp. 143, 144. 

8 The Second Corps Area includes the States of New Jersey, Delaware, and New York, except, for certain 
specific purposes only, that portion thereof which is attached to the First Corps Area. The island of Porto 
Rico, with the islands and keys adjacent thereto, is attached to the Second Corps Area. Headquarters, 
Governors Island, N. Y. 

9 The Third Corps Area includes the States of Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, and the District of 
Columbia, except in so far as concerns the troops and agencies of the Regular Army within the territorial 
limits of the District of Washington; headquarters. Standard Oil Building, Baltimore, Md. 

10 The Fourth Corps Area includes the States of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida , 
Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi, and Louisiana; headquarters. Hurt Building, Atlanta, Ga. 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 



39 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Army Corps Areas and De- 
partments—Continued 

Fifth Corps Area " 

Maj. Gen. Robert L. Howze... 

Col. Thomas E. Merrill 

Col. Ralph B. Parrott 

Col. James M. Graham... 

Maj. Charles H. McDonald .„. 

Col. Francis II. Pope 

Col. Louis T. Hess 

Lieut. Col. Eugene J. Ely 

Maj. William B. Harrison 

Maj. Archie S. Buyers 

Col. George E. Stewart.. 

Maj. Isaac E. Titus 

Lieut. Col. Seth W. Cook 



Commanding 

Chief of staff 

Adjutant general 

Inspector 

Acting judge advocate... 

Quartermaster 

Surgeon. .- 

Finance officer _ 

Engineer 

Ordnance officer 

Signal officer 

Chemical warfare officer. 
Air ofiicer 



Sixth, Corps Area 12 

Maj. Gen. William S. Graves... 

Col. Robert E. Wvllie 

Col. Charles C. Smith 

Col. Howard R. Hickok. 

Lieut Col. William A. Graham. 

Col. George E. Ball 

Col. Clarence J. Manly 

Col. Alfred S: Morgan 

Col. .^bertE. Waldron 

Maj. Alexander G. Gille-sipie 

Lieut. Col. Alfred T. Clifton.. . 

Capt. Charles S. Moyer. 

Maj. Leonard H. Drennan 



Seventh Corps Area is 

Maj. Gen. Benjamin S. Poore... 

Col. Tenney Ross 

Col. Harvey W. Miller 

Col. Fred T. Austin 

Lieut. Col. Grant T. Trent 

Lieut. Col. Alvin K. Baskette - 

Col. Jere B. Clayton 

-Lieut. Col. George M. Newell . 
Lieut. Col. William C. Weeks . 
Maj. Dewitt C. T. Grubbs...'.. 

Col. August C. Nissen __ 

Maj. Charles W. Mason 

Capt. Robert G.Ervin 



Commanding 

Chief of staflf.. 

Adjutant general 

Inspector 

Judge advocate 

Q uartermaster 

Surgeon 

Finance officer 

Engineer 

Ordnance officer 

Signal officer 

Chemical warfare officer. 
Air officer 



Eighth Corps Area n 

Maj. Gen. Ernest Hinds 

Col. John F. Preston 

Col. James F. McKinley 

Col. Ernest D. Scott 

Col. Herbert A. White. 

Col. Clyde E. Hawkins. 

Lieut. Col. Henry H. Ruther- 
ford. 

Col. Ralph Harrison 

Maj. John N. Hodges 

Lieut. Col. Glen F. Jenks 

Col. George S. Gibbs 

Capt. Egmont F. Koenig. 



Commanding 

Chief of staff 

Adjutant 

Inspector 

Judge advocate 

Quartermaster 

Surgeon 

Finance officer 

Engineer 

Ordnance officer 

Signal officer 

Chemical warfare officer. 
Air officer 



Commanding.. 
Chief of staff.... 

Adjutant 

Inspector 

Judge advocate. 
Quartermaster.. 
Surgeon 



Finance officer 

Engineer 

Ordnance officer 

Signal officer 

Chemical wai fare officer. 



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Capt. Thomas W. Hastey 1 Acting air officer. 

2 Pay of rank; see .\rmy Pay Tables in .Appendix, pp. 143, 144. 

11 The Fifth Corps Area includes the States of Ohio, West Virginia, Indiana, and Kentucky; headquarters. 
Fort Hayes, Columbus, Ohio. 

12 The Sixth Corps .\rea includes the States of Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, the post of Jefferson Bar- 
racks, Mo., and Arcadia Target Range, near Arcadia, Mo.; headquarters, 1819 W. Pershing Road, Chi- 
cago, III. • 

13 The Seventh Corps Area includes the States of Missouri, except the post of Jefferson Barracks and 
Arcadia Target Range, near .\rcadia. Mo., Kansas, Arkansas, Iowa, Nebraska, Minnesota, North Da- 
kota, and South Dakota; headquarters. Army Building, Omaha, Nebr. 

1* The Eighth Corps Area includes the States of Texas, Oklahoma, Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona, 
except that portion thereof west of west longitude 114° and south of north latitude 3.3° which is attached 
to the Ninth Corps Area for purposes of administration, training, and tactical control in connection with 
the Border Patrol and field operations incident thereto only; headquarters, Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, 
Tex. 



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Official Register of the United States, 1925 



WAR DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION Legal residence 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 

otherwise indicated) j State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Army Corps Areas and De- 
partments — Continued 

Ninth Corps Area " 

Maj. Gen. Charles T. Mqpoher. 
Col. Alvord Van P. Anderson... 

Col. Samuel G. Jones 

Lieut. Col. Royden E. Beebe.. 

Col. Gordon N. Kimball 

Col. Harry F. Rethers 

Col. Edward L. Munson 

Col. James Canby. 

Col. Thomas H. Jackson 

Maj. Thomas J. Hayes 

Col. Arthur S. Cowan 

Maj. Earl J. Atkisson 

Lieut. Col. Frank P. Lahm 

Hawaiian Department i' 

Maj. Gen. Edward M. Lewis.. 

Col. Abraham G. Lott 

Col. William Kelly, jr.. 

Col. Walter C. Short 

Col. Frederick M. Brown 

Col. Grayson V. Heidt 

Col. Edward R. Schreiner 

Col. Theodore Schultz 

Maj. William H. Lanagan 

Lieut. Col. Edward M. Shinkle 

Maj. Dawson Olmstead 

Maj. Arthur M. Heritage. 

Maj. Robert E. M. Goolrick... 

TJ. S. Army Forces in China, 
Tientsin, China 

Maj. Gen. William D. Connor.. 
Lieut. Col. Francis H. Lincoln.. 

Maj. Walter C. Gullion 

Lieut. Col. Charles Loring 

Capt. Claude E. Gray 

First Lieut. Frederic B. Butler. 
Capt. Harry L. Waggoner 



Philippine Department i' 

Maj. Gen. James H. McRae.. 

Col. Guy V. Henry 

Col. Julius T. Conrad 

Col. Casper H. Conrad, jr 

Lieut. Col. Amos R. Stallings.. 

Col. Arthur W. Yates 

Col. Albert E. Truby. 

Lieut. Col. Tilman Campbell.. 
Lieut. Col. Henry C. Jewett... 

Lieut. Col. George L. Wall 

Lieut. Col. Frank J. Griffin 

Capt. Eugene P. H. Gempel... 
Maj. Charles J. Browne 



Commanding 

Chief of staff 

Adjutant general 

Acting inspector 

Judge advocate 

Quartermaster 

Surgeon 

Finance officer 

Engineer 

Ordnance officer 

Signal officer 

Chemical warfare officer. 
Air officer 



Commanding , 

Chief of staff 

Adjutant general 

Inspector 

Judge advocate 

Quartermaster .., 

Acting surgeon 

Finance officer 

Engineer 

Ordnance officer. , 

Signal officer 

Chemical warfare officer. 
Air officer. , 



Commanding 

Chief of staff 

Adjutant general. 
Judge advocate... 
Finance officer... 
Acting engineer.. 
Quartermaster 



Commanding. 

Chief of staff. 

Adjutant general... 

Inspector 

Judge advocate. 

Quartermaster 

Surgeon 

Finance officer 

Engineer 

Ordnance officer 

Signal officer 

Chemical warfare officer. 
Air officer... 



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2 Pay of rank; see Army Pay Tables in Appendix, pp. 143, 144. 

15 The Ninth Corps Area includes the States of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Utah. 
Nevada, and California, and that portion of Arizona which is attached for certain specific purposes only. 
The Territory of Alaska is attached to the Ninth Corps Area. Headquarters, Presidio of San Francisco, 
Calif. 

'6 The Hawaiian Department includes all the islands belonging to the United States within the area 
between 150° west longitude and 160° east longitude and between 15° south latitude and 30° north latitude; 
headquarters, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii. 

" Tha Philippine Department includes all the islands of the Philippine Archipelago; headquarters, 
Manila, P. I. , 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 41 



WAR DEPARTPdENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated 



Army Corps Areas and De- 
partments—Continued 

Panama Canal Department " 

Maj. Gen. William Lassiter 

Col. James A. Woodruff 

Col. Harrison Hall. 

Col. Jacob C. Johnson 

Lieut. Col. William C. Rigby.. 

Col. Warren W. Whiteside 

Col. David Baker 

Lieut. Col. William H. Menges. 
Lieut. Col. Wildurr Willing.... 

Maj. Oscar J. Gatchell 

Col. Alexander M. Miller 

Maj. Owen R. Meredith 

Maj. Follett Bradley 

District of Washington, D. C. 

Brig. Gen. Samuel D. Rocken- 

bach. 
Lieut. Col. Ale.xander B. Coxe. 
Maj. Eugene R. Householder.. 

Maj. Robert C. Goetz. 

Maj. Theodore Hall 

Col. Frederick W. Van Duyne. 
Lieut. Col. Arthur M. Whaley. 

Capt. Frank E. Parker 

Col. Harley B. Ferguson 

Maj. William B. Hardigg 

Capt. Alfred H. Thiessen 

Maj. Edward C. Wallington... 

The General Service Schools, 
Fort Leavenworth, Kans. 

Brig. Gen. Edward L. King 

Col. Herbert J. Bree^ 

Command and General Staff 
School, Fort Leavenworth, 
Kans. 

Brig. Gen. Edward L. King 



Commanding ." 

Chief of staff 

Adjuant general 

Inspector... 

Judge advocate 

Quartermaster 

Surgeon... 

Finance officer 

Engineer 

Ordnance officer.. 

Signal officer 

Chemical warfare officer. 
Air officer 



Legal residence 



State 



Commanding. 



Chief of staff 

Adjutant general 

Inspector 

Judge advocate 

Quartermaster 

Surgeon 

Finance officer 

Engineer , 

Ordnance officer 

Signal officer 

Chemical warfare officer. 



Commandant 

Assistant commandant. 



Commandant. 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



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•8 The Panama Canal Department includes the entire Canal Zone; headquarters. Quarry Heights, 
Balboa Heights, Canal Zone. 



DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 



ATTORNEY GENERAL 

JOHN G. SARGENT, OF VERMONT 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



OfBce of the Attorney General 



William D. Mitchell. 
WUliam J. Donovan. 



Charles D. Lawrence- 



Mrs. Mabel Walker Wille- 

brandt. 
Herman J. Galloway 



Ira Lloyd Letts . 



John Marshall 

Bertice Marvin Parmenter.. 



Oscar R. Luhring. 



J. Edgar Hoover 

Harold Nathan 

Henry Boddis 

Paul Shipman Andrews. 

Jerome Michael 



Ugo J. A. Carusi 

James W. Baldwin 

Mrs. Julia B. Rishel. 

Charles B. Sornborger 

Arthur Robb 

John B. Reynolds 

George Kearney 

Luther Clark White . 

James A. Finch. 

Horace H. Smith.. 

John D. Harris 

Herbert J. McClure 

Don C. Fees 

Green H. Hackworth.. 

Richard Randolph McMahon. 

A. W. Gregg 

(Vacancy) 

Stephen B. Davis, jr.. 

Theodore G. Risley 



U. S. Penitentiaries 

Atlanta, Ga. 

John W. Snook 

Julian A. Schoen 

Pet Fry 

Harvey F. Frick 

LeavenivoTth, Kans. 

W.I. Biddle 

Fred Zerbst 

William M. Pickens 

Willis H. Young 

McNeil Island, IVash. 

Finch R. Archer 

J. E. Hamilton 

Walter J. Haniger 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Solicitor General 

Assistant to the Attorney General (Antitrust 
Division). 

Assistant Attorney General (Customs Divi- 
sion). 

Assistant Attorney General (Prohibition, 
Taxation, Commerce, etc.). 

-Assistant Attorney General (Court of Claims 
Division). 

Assistant Attorney General (.Admiralty, 
Finance, etc.). 

Assistant Attorney General (Administrative) 

Assistant Attorney General (Public Lands 
Division). 

Assistant .attorney General (Criminal Divi- 
sion). 

Director, Bureau of Investigation 

Assistant Director, Bureau of Investigation.. 

Chief clerk, Bureau of Investigation 

Special assistant to the Attorney General (Di- 
rector, War Transactions Section). 

Special assistant to the Attorney General (Di- 
rector, War Transactions Section). 

Private secretary to Attorney General.. 

Chief clerk and administrative assistant 

Assistant chief clerk _. 

Appointment clerk _ 

Chief, division of mail and files 

Chief, division of supplies and printing 

Librarian 

Superintendent of prisons 

Attorney in charge of pardons 

Attorney in charge of titles 

General agent 

Chief, division of accounts 

Disbursing clerk 

Solicitor for the Department of State 

Solicitor of the Treasury 

Solicitor of Internal Revenue... 

Solicitor for the Interior Department 

Solicitor of the Department of Commerce 

Solicitor for the Department of Labor 



Legal residence 



State 



Warden 

Deputy warden 

Assistant deputy warden 
Chief clerk 

Warden 

Deputy warden... 

Assistant deputy warden. 
Chief clerk 

Warden 

Deputy warden 

Chief clerk 



Minn.. 
N. Y... 

N. Y... 

Calif... 

Ind 

R. I.... 

W. Va.. 
Okla__. 

Ind...- 



D. C. 

Va... 
D. C. 

N. Y. 



Com- 

1 pensa- 

Cong. I tion 
dist. 



4th.. 
41st. 

13th. 

10th. 

5th... 

1st... 

4th... 
6th... 

1st... 



N. Y. 



Vt.. 

Ind-... 

Miss. 

Vt... 

Kans. 

Minn.. 

Va 

Mass... 
N. Y... 
Utah.. 
Nebr.. 
N. Y.. 
Nebr.. 
Ky.... 
W. Va. 
Tex... 



N. Mex 
lU 



Idaho. 

Va-... 
Tenn.. 
N. C. 



2d. 



35th... 



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3d... 
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1st.. 
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8th.. 
8th.. 
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2d... 
2d... 
29th. 
2d... 
9th.. 
2d..., 
7th.. 



23d.... 



1st. 
8th. 
8th. 
8th. 



Kans... 1st. 
Wis. 
Kans... 1st. 
Minn.. 3d. 



Wash.. 
Wash.. 
Wash.. 



1st. 
3d.. 
3d.. 



I The Department of Justice issues a Register in which is given the principal officers in the department 

in Wa'^hington, with a synopsis of their duties; and a list of the United States courts, with the officers 
thereof, and their compensation, and the time and place of holdin,;; the various courts. In addition, there 
are given lists of the principal officers of the Department of Justice from the creation of their respective 
offices to the date of issue of the Register, and miscellaneous general information concerning the dep.irt- 
ment and the courts. This Register is for sale by the Superintendent of Public Documents, Washing- 
ton, D. C, at 50 cents a copy. 

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POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 



POSTMASTER GENERAL 

HARRY S. NEW, OF INDIANA 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Bureau of the Postmaster 
General 

Joseph Stewart 

Horace J, Donnelly 

Thomas L. Degnan 

Francis P. Sullivan 

Thomas J. Howell 

Walter E. Kelly 

Alice Mummenhoff 

Charles E. Warren 

Alice B. Sanger 

AudusT. Davis 

Louis A. Delano 

Alfred H. Keim 

Terence H. Sweeney. 

George W. Smith 

Inspection Service 

Rush D. Simmons 

Daniel J. Shook.. 

Frank R. Barclay 

George F. H. Birdseye 

Charles E. Caine 

Charles H. Clarahan 

Park D. Colvin.. 

Louis A. Johnson 

Joe P. Johnston 

William R. Keys 

Julius C. Lindland 

William J. Maries 

Grant B. Miller 

Robert B. Mundell 

Frederick W. Reuter 

Charles Riddiford 

Oliver B. Williamson. 

Bureau of the First Assistant 
Postmaster General 

John H. Bartlett 

Charles F. Trotter 

William R. Spilman 

Lorel N. Morgan 

Thomas G. Mallalieu 

(Vacancy) 

Frank C. Staley 

John R. Tullis 

Bureau of the Second Assistant 
Postmaster General 

W. Irving Glover 

Chase C. Gove 

WiUiam E. Triem 

Eugene R. White 

William I. Votaw. 



Special assistant to the Attorney General 

Solicitor 

Purchasing agent 

Comptroller 

Chief clerk and superintendent 

Assistant solicitor 

Private secretary to the Postmaster General 

Assistant chief clerk 

Assistant chief clerk 

Appointment clerk 

Disbursing clerk 

Chief clerk to purchasing agent 

Assistant and chief clerk to comptroller 

Traffic manager 

Chief post office inspector 

Chief clerk 

Inspector in charge, Washington, D. C 

Inspector in charge, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Inspector in charge, San Francisco, Calif 

Inspector in charge. New York, N. Y 

Inspector in charge, Boston, Mass 

Inspector in charge, Kansas City, Mo. 

Inspector in charge, Atlanta, Ga 

Inspector in charge, Chattanooga, Tenn 

Inspector in charge, Austin, Tex 

Inspector in charge, St. Paul, Minn. 

Inspector in charge, Chicago, 111. 

Inspector in charge, Denver, Colo.. 

Inspector in charge, St. Louis, Mo 

Inspector in charge, Spokane, Wash 

Inspector in charge, Philadelphia, Pa.. 



Mo.... 
D. C... 

Pa 

D.C... 
Mass .. 
Ohio... 
Ind.... 
D. C... 
Ind.... 
Mo.... 
Mass... 
D. C... 
Minn.. 
Okla... 



Wis 

Kans... 
Md.... 
Ohio... 
Calif... 
N. Y... 
N.Y... 
N.Y... 

Mo 

Tenn .. 
N.Dak. 
Minn.. 
Ohio... 

Ind 

111 

Wash.. 
W. Va . 



5th.. 
26th'. 



7th.. 
1st.. 
7th.. 



7th.. 

16th.. 

13th. 



W.Va 
Nebr.. 



First Assistant Postmaster General N. H.. 

Deputy first assistant and chief clerk Colo.. 

Superintendent, Division of Post Office Kans, 

Service. 
Superintendent, Division of Postmasters' 

Appointments. 
Superintendent, Division of Motor Vehicle 

Service. 
Superintendent, Division of Post Office 

Quarters. 
Superintendent, Division of Dead Letters 

and Dead Parcel Post. 
Assistant superintendent. Division of Post 

Office Service. 



Second Assistant Postmaster General... 

Deputy second assistant and chief clerk. 

Superintendent, Division of Railway Adjust- 
ments. 

Superintendent, Division of Foreign Mails... 

Assistant Superintendent, Division of Foreign 
Mails, New York, N. Y. 



4th.. 
4th.. 



4th. 
1st.. 
5th.. 
14th 
6th. 
1st.. 
33d. 
37th 
3d.. 
3d.., 
2d.., 
4th., 
14th 
7th., 
22d. 
5th. 
4th. 



2d 

1st.... 
5th.... 



3d 

6th.... 



Okla... 


8th.... 


Ohio... 


8th.... 


N.J.... 
Nebr... 
Ohio... 


6th.... 

1st 

18th... 


N.C... 
Ind.... 


9th.... 
6th.... 



3,600 
3,800 



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44 



Official Register of the United States, 1926 



POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION , I.egal residence 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 

otherwise indicated) ' State 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Bureau of the Second Assistant 
Postmaster General — Con. 

James H. Knox ! United States postal agent, Habana, Cuba... S. C... 

Carl F. Egge ...i General superintendent of Air Mail Service, I Minn. 

Omaha, Nebr. 

John W. Sutherin I Assistant general superintendent of Air Mail Ohio... 

Service, Omaha, Nebr. 
Railway Mail Service 



Walter H. Riddell 1 General superintendent. Division of Railway 

I Mail Service. 
Eugene W. Satterwhite .I Assistant general superintendent. Division of 

i Railway Mail Service. 

Richard N. Bird Supt.,R. M. S., Cincinnati, Ohio... 

Rudolph S. Brauer.. I Supt., R. M. S., Chicago, 111. 

Stephen A. Cisler... Supt., R. M. S., Omaha, Nebr. 

Melville E. Evans.. ! Supt., R. M. S., Pittsburgh, Pa 

Aleyne A. Fisher .1 Supt., R. M. S., Washington, D. C 

Joseph Formanek Supt., R. M. S., Cleveland, Ohio... 

Samuel M. Gaines.. ; Supt., R. M. S., Fort Worth, Tex 

Richmond J. Harris. , Supt., R. M. S., Atlanta, Ga 

Frank F. McBride... I Supt., R. M. S., St. Paul, Minn 

Edward McGrath ; Supt., R. M. S., San Francisco, Calif 

Henry M. Robinson ; Supt., R. M. S., New Orleans, La.. 

Warren L. Tilton. Supt., R. M. S., St. Louis. Mo 

Warren C. Van Dervoort Supt., R. M. S., Seattle, Wash... 

Roger P. Williams Supt., R. M. S., New York, N. Y 

William F. Yarrington \ Supt., R. M. S., Boston, Mass 

Bureau of the Third Assistant 1 
Postmaster General 



ni. 



Pa. 



Robert S. Regar 

Harvey Lovejoy 

William E. BufRngton 

Charles E. Matthews 

William C. Wood 

Clarence H. Buckler 

Michael L. Eidsness, jr 

Paul Freeman 

William W. Barre 

Bureau of the Fourth Assistant 
Postmaster General 

Harry H. Billany 

Harvey R. Nichol 

Frank E. McMillin 

George L. Wood 

George Landick, jr 

Arthur C. Roberts 

John B. Cady 



Third Assistant Postmaster General.. 

Deputy third assistant and chief clerk 

Director, Division of Postal Savings 

Superintendent, Division of Money Orders- 
Superintendent, Division of Classification 

Superintendent, Division of Registered Mails 

Superintendent, Division of Stamps , 

Superintendent, Division of Finance , 

Stamped envelope agent, Dayton, Ohio 



Fourth Assistant Postmaster General 

Deputy fourth assistant and chief clerk 

Superintendent of engineering 

Superintendent, Division of Rural Mails 

Superintendent, Division of Equipment and 
Supplies. 

Topographer 

Superintendent, Mail Equipment Shops 



Ky.... 

Ill 

Colo.. 
Ind... 
Vt.... 
Ohio.. 
Tex... 
Ohio.. 
Minn. 
Calif.. 

Ga 

Mo... 

Ill 

N.Y.. 
Mass.. 



3d... 
5th.. 



18th. 



10th... 

30th. 

6th.. 
7th.. 
1st.. 
7th.. 
2d... 
22d.. 
12th. 
2d... 
4th.. 
5th.. 
5th.. 
10th. 
1st.. 
2d... 
8th.. 



Pa 


9th.... 


Mo.... 


12th... 


Pa 


18th... 


Okla... 


2d 


Kans 


3d 


Md.... 


2d 


Iowa... 


16th... 


Ohio... 


19th... 


Nebr... 


3d 



Del... 
Mich.. 

Mass.. 
Md... 
Ind... 

N.Y.. 
D.C.. 



At L.. 

2d 

11th... 

2d 

13th... 

33d.„. 



$3,500 
5,200 

4,400 



5,200 

4,400 

4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 



7,500 
5,200 
5,200 
4,200 
4,200 
3,800 
3,800 
3,300 
3,200 



7,500 
5,200 
5,200 
4,000 
3,800 

f3,800 
3,800 



NAVY DEPARTMENT 



SECRETARY 
CURTIS D. WILBUR, OF CALIFORNIA 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Office of the Secretary 

T. Douglas Robinson. 



Capt. Walter R. Qherardi 

Capt. Paul Foley 

Lieut. Commander Elwood A. 

Cobey. 
Lieut. Commander Charles A. 

Pownall. 

Capt. Frank H. Clark —, 

Frank S. Curtis .., 

John B. May, jr 

Verne Simkins - 



Assistant Secretary of the Navy ! N. Y. 

Aide to the Secretary j 

Technical aide to Secretary of the Navy 

Aide, special assistant to Secretary of the 

Navy. 
Aide to Assistant Secretary of the Navy I 



33d.... 



Aide for navy yards 

Chief clerk.. ...! Ohio... 



William D. Bergman. 
Arthur H. HoOand... 

Roy H. Moses 

Charles T. Ogle 



Private secretary to Secretary of the Navy. 
Private secretary to Assistant Secretary of 
the Navy. 

Chief, appointment division 

Disbursing clerk 

Budget clerk and assistant to chief clerk 

Chief, record division 



Office of Chief of Naval 
Operations 

Admiral Edward W. Eberle 

Rear Admiral Thomas J. Senn. 

John T. Cuthbert 

Capt. Ridley McLean. 

Rear Admiral M. M. Taylor... 
Rear Admiral Guy H. Burrage. 

Capt. W. W. Galbraith 

Capt. Dudley W. Knox (re- 
tired). 

Capt. Wat T. Cluverius 

Capt. Charles F. Preston 

Capt. Allen Buchanan 

Capt. Gatewood S. Lincoln 

Capt. William H. Standley 

Bureau of Navigation 

Rear Admiral William R. Shoe- 

Capt. John R. Y. Blakely 

Edward Henkel 

Capt. William D. Leahy.. 

Capt. L. B. Porterfleld 

Capt. William P. Scott.. 

Commander WUliam D. Pule- 
ston. 

Capt. Walter S. Crosley 

Capt. Edwin T. Pollock. 



Bureau of Ordnance 

Rear Admiral Claude C. Bloch. 

Capt. James O. Richardson 

Edwin S. Brandt.. 



Chief of Naval Operations 

Assistant chief of naval operations. 

Chief clerk 

Director of naval communications 

Director of fleet training division 

President of the board of inspection and survey. 

Director of naval intelligence 

In charge historical section and records and 
library. 

Director of material division 

Director of naval districts division 

In charge policy and liaison section 

Director of ship movements division 

Director of war plans division 



Fla. 
Ohio. 



Va... 
Oreg. 
Pa... 
Ind.. 



N. Y... 



14th... 

3d 

6th.... 

8th.... 

1st 

25th... 
13th... 



10th... 



Chief of bureau. 



Assistant chief of bureau 

Chief clerk 

Director of oflTicer personnel 

Director of enlisted personnel 

Chief of naval reserve force division. 
Chief of training division.. 



Hydrographer 

Superintendent Naval Observatory. 



Chief of bureau 

Assistant chief of bureau . 
Chief clerk 



Ohio... 



3d. 



D. C. 



$7,500 
(.') 

5,200 
3,300 
3,000 

4,000 
3,100 
3,600 
2,900 



(0 
3,000 

(2) 
(2) 

m 



(2) 

(2) 
(«) 



(2) 

3,600 
(') 
{') 
(2) 

(2) 

(2) 
(») 



3,300 



• There is issued annually by the Navy Department, as of January 1 the "Register of Commissioned 
and Warrant Officers of the United States Navy and Marine Corps." It gives complete information con- 
cerning the rank, service, place and date of birth, and date of entry into the service of every commissioned 
and warrant officer of the Navy and Marine Corps on both the active and retired lists. Pay tables are 
included, and a name index closes the Register. In addition, there is issued every two months a Navy 
Directory, which lists alphabetically "Officers of the United States Navy and Marine Corps; Also Includ- 
ing Officers of the U. S. Naval Reserve (Active), Marine Corps Reserve (Active), and Foreign Officers 
Serving With the Navy." This Directory gives complete information concerning the organization of the 
Navy Department and of the Naval Establishment, includini; ships and shore stations. Copies of the 
Register can be secured by purchase, at 75 cents a copy, from the Superintendent of Public Documents, 
Washington, D. C, and copies of the Directory at 25 cents a copy. 

2 Pay of rank; see Navy Pay Tables in Appendi.x, pp. 145, 146. 

45 



46 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 



NAVY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



Bureau of Engineering 

Rear Admiral John Halligan... 

Capt. Ernest L. Bennett 

Augustus C. Wrenn 

Rear Admiral Charles W. 
Dyson. 

Capt. Robert W. McNeely 

Capt. Joseph R. Defrees 

Commander J. S. Abbott 

Commander Samuel M. Robin- 
son 

Commander C. A. Dunn 

Commander R. C. Davis 

Commander MUes A. Libbey.. 
Commander Alfred W. Atkins. 
Commander Lucicn F. Kimball. 

Bureau of Aeronautics 

Rear Admiral William A. Mof- 

fett. 

Capt. Alfred W. Johnson 

Lane Lacy 

Capt. Emory S. Land 

Lieut. Commander Marc A. 

Mitscher. 
Lieut. Commander Robert R. 

Paunack. 

Bureau of Construction and 
Repair 

Rear Admiral J. D. Beuret 

Capt. George H. Rock 

Henry C. Brunner 

Capt. W. P. Robert 

Capt. W. G. DuBose 

Capt. L. B. McBride 

Bureau of Yards and Docks 

Rear Admiral Luther E. Greg- 
ory. 

Capt. George A. McKay 

Edward W. Whitehorne 

Commander Ernest R. Gayler.. 
Commander Greer A. Duncan. . 
Lieut. William O. Hiltabidle, jr. 

Lieut. Richard H. Gifford 

Horace D. Rouzer.. 

Louis W. Bates 

Edward 0. Sherman 

Frederic W. Southworth 

Edgar H. May 

William M. Smith 

Bureau of Supplies and 
Accounts 

Rear Admiral Charles Morris-- 

Capt. T. W. Leutze 

Clyde Reed 

Kirk Holmes 

Bureau of Medicine and 
Surgery 

Rear Admiral Edward R. Stitt. 

Capt. Arthur W. Dunbar. 

William S. Gibson 

Capt. Dudley N. Carpenter 

Capt. Eugene J. Grow 

Commander John D. Man- 
chester. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Chief of bureau 

Assistant chief of bureau. 

Chief clerk _ 

Inspector general of engineering. 



Head of radio division 

Head of maintenance division 

Head of engineering information division. 
Head of design division 



Head of repair division 

Head of finance division 

Head of plans and personnel division. 

Head of navy yard division 

Head of supply division. 



Chief of bureau. 



Assistant chief of bureau. . 
C hief clerk 

Chief of material division. 
Chief of plans division 



Chief of flight division. 



Chief of bureau 

Assistant chief of bureau 

Chief clerk __ 

Chief of contract division 

Chief of maintenance division. 
Chief of design division 



Chief of bureau. 



Assistant chief of bureau 

Chief clerk 

Design manager 

Waterfront, industrial, and storage structures. 

Submarine base and ordnance stations struc- 
tures. 

Aviation station structures 

Dry dock structures 

Power plant, electrical, and heating structures. 

Marine Corps, radio and fuel structures 

Hospitals and naval personnel buildings, 
structures. 

Head of construction division 

Head of maintenance and operating division.. 



Paymaster General of the Navy, chief of 
bureau. 

Assistant chief of bureau 

Special assistant 

Civilian assistant 



Chief of bureau 

Assistant chief of bureau 

Chief ©lerk 

Chief of war plans division 

Inspector medical department activities 

Chief of medical and health record division. 



Legal residence 



ofa^p Cong. 
^^^^^ dist. 



N.Y. 



22d. 



Va. 



Pa. 



Va. 



D. C... 

N.Y... 
Mass... 
Mass... 

Md.... 
Ohio... 



Pa.— 

Minn. 



Md. 



8th... 



9th. 



4th. 



5th.. 
13th. 
14th. 

6th.. 
15th. 



1st. 
9th. 



4th. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



' Pay of rank; see Navy Pay Tables in Appendix, pp. 145, 146. 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 47 



NAVY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



U. S. Marine Corps 

Maj. Gen. John A. Lejeune. 
Brig. Gen. Dion Williams... 
Charles A. Ketcham 



Brig. Gen. Rufus H. Lane. 
Charles L. Snell 



Brig. Gen. Charles L. McCaw- 
lev. 

William W. Trail 

Tormis J. Holzberg 

Brig. Gen. George Richards 

Samuel F. Birthright. 

Lieut. Col. John C. Beaumont. 

Office of the Judge Advocate 
General 

Bear Admiral Edward H. 

Campbell. 
Commander Leslie E. Bratton.. 

Commander Raymond Stone 

(retired). 
Commander Harrison E. 

Knauss. 
Lieut. Commander Edward B. 

Gibson. 
Pickens Neagle 



Naval Establishment 

Navy Yard, Washington, 
D. C. 

Rear Admiral Benjamin F. 

Hutchison. 
Frank H. Bronaugh.. 



U. S. Naval Academy, 
Annapolis, Md. 



Rear Admiral Louis M. Nulton. 
Charles Schlegel 



First Naval District, Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

Rear Admiral Philip .\ndrews. 

Bernard F. McGann 

Navy Yard, Portsmouth, N. H. 

Rear Admiral W. D. Mae- 

Dougall. 
Leon Q. Young 



Naval War College, Newport, 
R.I. 

Rear Admiral William V. Pratt. 
George D. Congdon 



Third Naval District, New 
York, N. Y. 

Rear Admiral Charles P. Plun- 

kett. 
Lester S. Gray 



Fourth Naval District, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Rear Admiral Archibald H. 

Scales. 
George D. Carney 



Commandant .-. 

.Assistant to Major General Commandant 

Special assistant to Major General Comman- 
dant. 

Adjutant and inspector 

Chief clerk, adjutant and inspector's depart- 
ment. 

Quartermaster 



Md ' 5th.... 



D.C. 



Special assistant to quartermaster 

Chief clerk 

Paymaster 

Chief clerk, paymaster's department. 
Director of operations and training... 



W. Va- 
D. C. 



N. C. 



Judge Advocate General of the Navy— 

Assistant Judge Advocate General of the 
Navy. 

Chief of the division of oflBcers' records and 
international law. 

Chief of the division of administrative and 
admiralty law. 

Chief of the division of administration of jus- 
tice. 

Solicitor; chief of the division of contract and 
real-estate matters. 



S. C... 



Commandant. 
Chief clerk 



D.C. 



Superintendent. 
Chief clerk 



Md.... 



Commandant of district and navy yard, Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Chief clerk 



Mass... 



Commandant. 
Chief clerk 



N.H... 



President 

Chief clerk ...i R.I. 



Commandant of district and navv vard. New 

York, N. Y. 
Chief clerk... 



N.Y. 



Commandant of district and navy yard, ' 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Chief clerk I Pa 



2d. 



6th.... 



7th.... 



2d. 



12th... 



1st 



9th.. 



Pay of rank: see Navy Pay Tables in Appendix, pp. 145, 146. 



1st.. 
3 Per diem. 



(') 
(') 
$4,200 

(.') 
2,900 

(.') 

3,600 
2,600 
Q) 
2,600 



(») 
(2) 
(2) 
(») 
5,200 



1 10. 16 



'8.80 



8.8.48 

(2) 
3 9.68 



3 9.68 



(») 
3 9.68 



(2) 



.80 



48 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 



NAVY DEPARTMENT 

Continued 





OFFICIAL title AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong. 

dist. 


tion 


Naval Establishment— Con. 

Fifth Naval District, Naval 
Operating Base, Hampton 
Roads, Va. 

Rear Admiral Robert E. Coontz. 


Commandant 






C) 


James H. McCuen 


Chief clerk 


Va 


8th.... 


3 $9. 68 


Navy Yard, Norfolk, Va. 
Rear Admiral W. C. Cole 


Commandant.. ... 


0) 


John B. Fay, jr 


Supervising clerk ... 


Va 


2d 


3 7.60 


Sixth Naval District, 
Charleston, S. C. 

Capt. F. A. Traut 


Commandant of district and navy yard, 

Charleston, S. C. 
Chief clerk 


(2) 


George Boggs 


S. C... 


1st 


3 8.48 


Seventh Naval District, 
Naval Operating Base, 
Key West, Fla. 

Capt. Clark D. Stearns 


Commandant 


(') 


Le Roy E. Blackwell 


Chief clerk. . . . 


Fla 


4th.... 


'8.48 


Eighth Naval District, 
Naval Station, New 
Orleans, La. 

Commander HarryA.McClure. 


Commandant 


(2) 


George .\. McEvoy.. 


Chief clerk... 


La 


1st 


3 8.80 


Ninth Naval District, 
Great Lakes, III. 

Capt. J. F. Hines 


Commandant 


(2) 


Edward J. McGeogh . 


Chief clerk... . . . . 


111 


10th... 


3 8.80 


Eleventh Naval District, 
Naval Operating Base, 
San Diego, Calif. 

Rear Admiral Ashley H. 


Commandant 


W 


Robertson. 
Mrs Honora K. Henry 


Chief clerk... . . . 


N.J.... 


4th.... 


3 8.48 


Twelfth Naval District, 
Naval Operating Base, 
San Francisco, Calif. 

Rear Admiral Thomas Wash- 


Commandant of district and navy yard, Mare 

Island, Calif. 
Chief clerk 


(2) 


ington. 
Mrs. Georgia A. Elster 


Calif... 


5th.... 


3 9.28 


Thirteenth Naval District, 
Seattle, Wash. 

Rear Admiral Jehu V. Chase... 


Commandant of district and navy yard, 
Puget Sound, Wash. 


(') 


James S. Lobdell 


Wash.. 


1st 


'8.48 


Fourteenth Naval District, 
Naval Operating Base, 
Pearl Harbor, T. H. 

Rear Admiral John D. Mc- 


Commandant of district and navy yard.Pearl 

Harbor, T. H. 
Chief clerk 


(2) 


Donald. 
Herbert L. Thompson 


Calif... 


3d 


8 10.24 


Fifteenth Naval District, 
Balboa, C. Z. 

Capt. O. C. Day 


Commandant ... 


(.') 


Miss Dorothy Gray 


Chief clerk 


C.Z.... 




3 8.00 



2 Pay of rank; see Navy Pay Tables in Appendix, pp. 145, 146. 



3 Per diem. 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 



49 



NAVY DEPARTMENT 

(Continued 





official title and station 


Legal residence 


Com- 




(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


Naval Establishment— Con. 










Sixteenth Naval District, 
Naval Station, Cavite, 
P.I. 










Capt. George W. Laws 


Commandant of district and naval station, 

Cavite, P. I. 
Chief clerk 






(«) 


Martin H. Norris.. 


N.Y... 


4th.... 


'$9.28 


Naval Station, Olongapo, P. I. 






Commander C. C. Moses 


Captain of yard 






(?) 


Naval Station, Guam, M. I. 










Capt. Henry B. Price (retired). 


Commandant 






(2) 


Atanasio T. Perez.. 


Chief clerk 


Guam 




3 6.00 


Njival Station, Txjtuila, 
American Samoa 










Capt. Henry F. Bryan (retired). 


Commandant '.... 






(') 


Samuel B. Smith 


Secretary to commandant 


Calif. 


10th 


3,800 


Naval Station, St. Thomas, 
V.I. 










Capt. M. E. Trench 


Governor 






(?) 


Naval Station, Quantanamo 
Bay, Cuba 










Capt. Charles M. Tozer 


Commandant 






(') 


Joseph W. Gue 


Chief clerk. 


Ala 


2d 


3 7.68 









' Pay of rank: see Navy Pay Tables in Appendix, pp. 145, 146. 



' Per diem. 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 



SECRETARY 
HUBERT WORK, OF COLORADO 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



Office of the Secretary 



Edward C. Finney 

John H. Edwards 

Ebert K. Burlew 

Joseph F. Gartland-- 

William J. Donald 

John II. McNeely. _. 

W. Bertrand Acker 

John Harvey , 

Joshua B. Callahan ' 

George E. Scott 



Charles F. Glass.. 
Amos W. Hawk... 
Charles E. Harris. 



General Land OiBce 



William Spry. 

Thomas C. Ha veil. 



Frank Bond 

Charles A. Obenchain. 



Chiefs of Division 



Elmer I. Baldwin.. 
Herbert L. Brooks. 



Clai-ence L. Bullion.. 
Frederick R. Dudley. 

William J. McGee 

John O'Connell 

Clinton G. Tudor 

Augustus Zannelli 

Thomas H. Jamison., 



Cadastral Engineering Service 
{Field) 



Frank M. Johnson. 
Arthur D. Kidder.. 



District Cadastral Engineers 



Guy P. Harrington 

J. Scott Harrison 

Albert C. Horton, jr 

Herman Jaeckel 

George D. D. Kirkpatrick. 



Ernest P. Rands 

Nelson B. Sweitzer. 
John P. Walker 



Offlce Cadastral Engineers 
Russel K. Allen... 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



First Assistant Secretary 

-Assistant Secretary 

Administrative assistant to the Secretary 

Chief inspector 

Executive assistant to the Secretary. 

Executive assistant to the Secretary.. 

Chief clerk 

Supervisorof classification 

Chief disbursing clerk 

Chief, division of appointments, mails, and 
files. 

Chief, division of publications 

Chief, division of supplies 

Chief of traffic division 

Commissioner. 

Assistant Commissioner, and designated 
Chief of Law Division. 

Chief clerk 

Supervisor 

Chief of posting and tract book division 

Chief of Indian lands and miscellaneous 
division. 

Chief of accounts division 

Chief of reclamation and land grant division. 

Chief of mineral division 

Chief of patents division 

Chief of siu'vej'S division 

Chief of homestead division 

Chief of mail and files division 



Supervisor of surveys, Denver, Colo 

Associate supervisor of surveys, Denver, Colo. 



District 
District 
District 
District 
District 
Utah. 
District 
District 
District 



cadastral engineer, 
cadastral engineer, 
cadastral engineer, 
cadastral engineer, 
cadastral engineer 

cadastral engineer, 
cadastral engineer, 
cadastral engineer, 



Santa Fe, N. Mex. 

Helena, Mont 

Phoenix, Ariz 

Denver, Colo 

, Salt Lake City, 

Portland, Oreg... 

Omaha, Nebr 

Boise, Idaho 



Administrative cadastral engineer, Denver, 
I Colo. 

John D. Adams. ' Office cadastral engineer, Phoenix, .\riz 

Martin George i Offlce cadastral engineer, Juneau, Alaska 



Legal residence 



State 



2 .Additional $1,000 per annum from Capitol roll. 

50 



Kans.. 
Ind... 

Pa.... 
Pa.... 
Colo.. 
Ind... 
N.Y.. 
Tex... 
Md... 
Ga.... 



W.Va. 
W.Va. 
Iowa.. 



Utah., 
Tenn , 

Wye. 
111..... 



Minn . 
N. J.. 

Ohio.. 
Minn. 
Mich . 
Wis... 
Nev... 
La.... 
D. C. 



Wyo. 
Ind.. 



Minn. 
Kans-. 
Nev... 
Wyo.. 
Penn.. 

Oreg.. 
Tex... 

Va.... 



Colo. 



Ariz 

Alaska. 



Cong. 

dist. 



2d... 
3d... 
16th. 



4th.. 
1st.., 
18th. 
4th.. 
6th.. 
5th.. 

1st.. 
4th_. 

nth. 



2d... 
10th. 



AtL. 
19th-. 



."ith... 
2d... 

13th.. 
8th.. _ 
3d.... 
6th... 
AtL. 
8th... 



AtL. 
5th... 



3d.... 
2d.... 
AtL. 
AtL. 
4th... 



1st.. 
14th. 
6th.. 



2d. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



AtL. 
1st... 



$7,500 
7,500 
5,600 
4,600 
3,900 
3,500 
4,200 
4,000 

2 2,600 
3,400 

2,900 
2,900 
3,100 



6,500 
5,200 

3,500 
4,000 



3,000 
3,000 

3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,800 
3,000 
2,600 



5,200 
3,800 



3,800 
3,800 
3,800 
3.800 
3,800 

3,800 
3,800 
3,800 



3,800 



3,000 
3,500 



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51 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



General Land Office — Con. 

Office Catlaslrnl Engineers — 
Continued 

Samuel W. Goodale 



Norman L. King 

Alan R. McCord.... 
Thomas F. Matliias. 

George F. Naden 

Joel Q. Naret. 

Ralph W. Nelson... 
John W. Rowland. - 
James Max Wasson. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Fegisters, District Land Offices 

Edwin E. Winters 

J. Liudley Green 

Robert W. Taylor 

John Sundback.. 

Lannes L. Ferrall 

James W. Grubbs. 

Brainerd B. Smith 

John C. Ing 

Mrs. Lida M. Hume 

Walters. Hunsaker 

Walter Spencer 

Charles R. Smith 

Charles S. Merrill 

Galen C. P6nd 

Fred E. Sisson 

George C. Crom 

Peter G. Johnston 

Alfred Hogensen 

William Ashley 

George J. Reiley 

Peter M. Larson 

H. B. Drum 

Walter E. Bennett.... 

James H. H. Hewett 

Miss Clara M. Crisler... 

George B. Russell.. 

Miss Nemecia Ascarate 

Alfred M. Bergere 

Otto E. Andersen 

Nelson D. McGinley 

Frank P. Light... 

Walter L. Tooze, sr 

Hamill \. Canaday 

James W. Donnelly 

George W. McKnight.. 

John Widlon 

Eli F. Taylor.. 

Leon P. Christensen 

Irving D. Smith 

Arthur W. Doland 

James D. Gallup... 

Mart T. Christensen 

Joseph T. Booth 

Harmon Hayward Schwoob 

\ Receivers, District Land Offices 

Gilbert B. Stevens 

Charles D. Jones 



Office cadastral engineer, Salt Lake City, 

Utah. 
Office cadastral engineer, Santa Fe, N. Me.x.. 

Office cadastral engineer, Boise, Idaho 

Office cadastral engineer, Helena, Mont 

Office cadastral engineer, Olympia, Wash 

Office cadastral engineer, Cheyenne, Wyo 

Office cadastral engineer, Reno, Nev 

Office cadastral engineer, Portland, Oreg 

Office cadastral engineer, San Francisco, Calif. 



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Register, 
Register, 
Register, 



, Montgomery, Ala. 

, Anchorage, Alaska 

(ex officio), Fairbanks, Alaska. 

, (ex officio), Nome, Alaska 

, Phoenix, Ariz 

, Little Rock, Ark 

', Los Angeles, Calif.. 

', Sacramento, Calif 

, San Francisco, Calif 

, Visalia, Calif 

, Denver, Colo 

', Durango, Colo 

, Glenwood Springs, Colo 

, Montrose, Colo 

, Pueblo, Colo 

', Gainesville, Fla 

, Blackfoot, Idaho 

, Boise, Idaho 

, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho 

, Baton Rouge, La 

, Cass Lake, Minn. 

, Billings, Mont 

, Great Falls, Mont 

, Alliance, Nebr 

, Carson City, Nev. 

, Elko, Nov 

, Las Cruces, N. Mex 

, Santa Fe, N. Mex 

, Bismarck, N. Dak 

, Guthrie, Okla 

, Lakeview, Oreg 

, Portland, Oreg 

, Roseburg, Oreg 

, The Dalles, Oreg 

, Vale, Oreg 

, Pierre, S. Dak 

, Salt Lake City, Utah 

, Vernal, Utah 

, Seattle, Wash 

, Spokane, Wash 

, Buffalo, Wyo 

, Cheyenne, Wyo 

, Evanston, Wyo 

, Lander, Wyo 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
■dist. 



Colo... 

N.Mex. 
N.Mex. 
Mont.. 
Wash.. 
Colo... 

Va 

Oreg... 
Ind.... 



Ala 

.'\.laska . 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 

Ariz 

Ark.... 
Calif... 
Calif... 
Calif... 
Calif... 
Colo... 
Colo... 
Colo... 
Colo... 
Colo... 

Fla 

Idaho.. 
Idaho.. 
Idaho.. 

La 

Minn. . 
Mont.. 
Mont.. 
Nebr... 

Nev 

Nev 

N. Mex. 
N. Me-ii. 
N. Dak. 
Okla... 
Oreg... 
Oreg... 



3d. 



AtL. 
AtL. 
1st... 
1st... 
1st... 
2d.... 
1st... 
9th„. 



2d. 



Oreg... 
Oreg... 
S. Dak. 
Utah... 



Wash . 
Wash. 
Wyo.. 
Wyo . 
Wyo.. 
Wyo.. 



Receiver (ex officio), Fairbanks, Alaska. 
Receiver (ex officio), Nome, Alaska 



Inspection Service 

George E. Hair Assistant chief inspector, Washington, D. C. 

James A. Ramsey Division inspector, .\nchorage, .^.laska 

Robert W. Dyer ' Division inspector, Cheyenne, Wyo.. 

Ralphs. Kelley Division inspector, Denver, Colo 

William S. Wade Division inspector (acting), Helena, Mont... 

Walter S. Boyer Division inspector, Portland, Oreg 

Josiah A. Moore ■ Division inspector. Salt Lake City, Utah 

Joseph H. Favorite ! Division inspector, San Francisco, Calif 

John T. Murphy i Division inspector, Santa Fe, N. Mex 

James W. Neal I Division inspector, Jackson, Miss 



• $500 and fees and commissions. 



S. Dak. 
N.Mex, 
Wyo... 
Wyo... 
Mo.... 
Wash.. 

Ill 

Md.... 
Wis.... 
Tenn... 

* Fees and commissions. 



.\tL. 
2d.... 
9th... 
3d.... 
6th... 
7th... 
4th... 
4th... 
4th... 
4th... 
3d.... 
4th... 
2d.... 
2d.... 
1st... 



6th.. 



2d. .. 
6th... 
AtL. 
AtL. 
AtL. 
AtL. 



5th. 
3d.. 

1st. 



2d.. 
2d.. 
1st. 
2d.. 



1st... 
5th... 
AtL. 
AtL. 
AtL. 
AtL. 



3d.... 
AtL. 
AtL. 
AtL. 



2d.... 
21st.. 
6th... 
fith... 
4th... 



Com 

pensa- 

tion 



52 



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DEPARTMENT OP THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



General Land Office— Con. 

Chippewa Logging Service 
John D. Caldwell... 



Office of Indian Affairs 

Charles H. Burke 

Edgar B. Meritt 

Charles F. Hauke 

William R. Layne 

Fred H. Daiker 

Hamilton Dimiek 

Walter B. Fry 

Benjamin S. Garber 

William A. Marschalk, jr... 
Earl G. Torrey 

Indian Field Service 



Superintendent of Logging, Cass Lake, Minn. 



Commissioner of Indian Affairs 

Assistant Commissioner of Indian Affairs 

Chief clerk 

Attorney 

Chief, inspection division 

Chief, finance division 

Chief, purchase division 

Chief, education division 

Chief, land division 

Chief, probate division 



Wis. 



S. Dak. 
Ark.... 
Wash.. 
Ky..... 
D. C... 
Ala.... 
D.C... 

Va 

Fla 

Mich... 



Thomas B. Roberts, sr 

Herbert H. Fiske 

Samuel Blair 

Hervey B. Peairs 

Charles F. Peirce 

Ross L. Spalsbury 

Peyton Carter 

E. H. Hammond 

W. W. Coon 

John G. Himter 

Edna Groves 

Herbert C. Calhoun... 

Wendell M. Reed 

Charles R. Olberg 

Herbert F. Robinson.. 

Lester M. Holt 

Wilbm- S. Hanna 



Special inspector, at large 

Inspector, at large 

Inspector, at large 

Chief supervisor, at large.. 

Supervisor, at large 

Supervisor, at large 

Supervisor, at large 

Supervisor, at large 

Supervisor, at large 

Assistant supervisor, at large 

Supervisor of home economics, at large 

Supervisor, at large 

Chief irrigation engineer, at large.. 

Assistant chief irrigation engineer, at large. 

Supervising engineer, at large 

Supervising engineer, at large 

Supervising engineer, at large 

Charles A. Engle 1 Supervising engineer, at large 

Herbert V. Clotts i Supervising engineer, at large. 

W. Ancel Walker 1 Field cost accountant, at large 

John N. Truesdell , Superintendent of irrigation, at large 

R. E. L. Newberne 

Walter S. Stevens 

Elinor D. Gregg. 



J. P. Kinney 

Herbert J. Hagerman. 
Charles E. Dagenett.. 

Reuben Perry... 

Ray R. Parrett 

Clark B. Dickinson... 

Fred C. Campbell 

George J. Laben 

Harry R. Hummer 

Eli J. Bost 

Frederic Snvder. 



Chief medical supervisor, at large 

Medical supervisor, at large 

Supervisor of field nurses and field matrons, 
at large. 

Chief supervisor of forests, at large.. 

Special commissioner, at large 

Supervisor of Indian employment, at large... 

Superintendent, Albuquerque, N. Mex 

Superintendent, Bishop, Calif... 

Superintendent, Bismarck, N. Dak 

Superintendent, Browning, Mont. 

Superintendent, Camp Verde, Ariz. 

Superintendent, Canton, S. Dak 

Superintendent, Canton, Okla ! 

Superintendent, Stewart, Nev 

James E. Henderson j Superintendent, Cherokee, N. C 

Leo S. Bonnin Superintendent, Concho, Okla 

Roscoe C. Craige Superintendent, Cheyenne Agency, S. Dak. 

C. M. Blair Superintendent, Chilocco, Okla 

Frank J. McKinley ' Special agent in charge, Philadelphia, Miss.. 



S. Dak. 
Calif.. - 

Va 

Kans... 
S. Dak. 
Kans... 
Okla... 
Md-... 

Pa 

Ariz 

Oreg... 

Okla... 

N. Mex 

Calif... 

N. Mex 

Wash.. 

Mont.. 

Idaho.. 

Calif... 

Wash. 

Colo.. 

Idaho. 

Ill 

Colo.. 



H. D. Lawshe. 

Clyde H. Gensler 

O. C. Upchurch 

Edgar A. Allen 

Edward E. McKean.. 

Calvin H. Asbury 

Willis E. Dunn 

Shade E. Wallen 

Jesse F. House 

Charles E. Coe. 

Charles L. Davis 

John T. Marshall 

Stephen Janus 

Orrin C . Gray _ 

Charles M. Ziebach... 

Oscar II. Lipps 

William E. Thackrey. 

Peter H. Moller 

William R. Beyer 

Byron A. Sharp 

Sam B. Davis 



Superintendent, Sorrento, Idaho. 

Superintendent, Parker, Ariz 

Superintendent, Nespelem, Wash 

Superintendent, Cass Lake, Mian 

Superintendent, Ignacio, Colo 

Superintendent, Crow Agency, Mont 

Superintendent, Fort Thompson, S. Dak.. 

Superintendent, Muskogee, Okla 

Superintendent, Fhindreau, S. Dak 

Superintendent, Dixon, Mont 

Superintendent, Whiteriver, Ariz 

Superintendent, Harlem, Mont 

Superintendent, Elbowoods, N. Dak 

Superintendent, Fort Bidwell, Calif 

Superintendent, Fort Hall, Idaho 

Superintendent, Lapwai, Idaho... 

Superintendent, Mohave City, .\riz 

Superintendent, Poplar, Mont... 

Superintendent, Fort Totten, N. Dak 

Superintendent, Yuma, Ariz 

Superintendent, Genoa, Nebr 



N. Y. 
N. Mex 
Kans... 

Ill 

Ohio... 

Ark 

Mont.. 

Ill 

S. Dak. 

Tex 

N. Y... 
N. C... 
Okla... 

Ind 

Kans... 

Fla 

Ind.... 
S. Dak. 

Mo 

Kans... 
N. Y...| 
Ind. ..J 
Kans...! 
Okla...! 
Ohio...! 
Oreg... 
Minn . . 

Ala 

D. C... 
Calif... 
N. Dak 
Tenn.. 
Colo... 
S. Dak. 
S. Dak. 

Ariz 

Tenn.. 



nth.. 



2d.... 
7th... 

3d 

10th.. 



9th.. 



10th... 

3d.. 

8th. 



2d. 



2d... 
1st.. 
2d... 
2d... 

1st.. 
21st. 
1st.. 



2d». 
"9th'. 



4th.. 



1st.. 
10th. 
2d... 



1st.. 
20th. 



34th... 

'm.'".. 

3d 

11th... 

3d 

1st.... 
13th... 
1st.... 
5th.... 

"ioth".;;; 

2d 

6th.... 

2d 

4th.... 
nth... 

3d 

4th.... 

2d 

36th... 
nth... 
8th.... 

"isth"." 

3d 

10th... 
1st.... 

'Yd'.'.V.'. 

'2d\'.'". 

3d 

2d 

1st.... 

'sth".'.-^ 



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53 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


Office of Indian Affairs— Con. 

Indian Field Service— Con. 
Jesse W. Smith .. 


Superintendent, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis 

Superintendent, Supai, via Grand Canyon, 

Ariz. 
Superintendent, Hayward, Wis 


Ind.... 
Tex.... 

Mont.. 
Oreg... 
Mo.... 
Ind.... 
Calif... 

Idaho.. 

Ill 

Oreg... 
Ohio... 
Nev 


6th.... 
15th... 

1st 

2d 

8th.... 
5th.... 
12th... 

2d 

25th... 

2d 

3d 


$2, 100 




1,860 




2,400 


Charles W Rastall 


Superintendent, Hoopa, Calif 


2,100 


Edgar K. Miller 


Superintendent, Keams Canon, Ariz 


2,700 




Superintendent, Dulce, N. Mex 


2,400 




Superintendent and physician, Moccasin, 

Ariz- 
Superintendent, Keshena, Wis 


2,100 




3,300 




Superintendent, Anadarko, Okla 


3,300 


LeRoy D. .\rnold 


Superintendent, Klamath Agency, Oreg 

Superintendent, Lac du Flambeau, Wis 

Superintendent and physician, Laguna, N. 

Mex. 
Superintendent, Laona, Wis 


3,000 


John S. R. Hammitt 


2,100 




2,400 


W W Bennett 


Wis.... 
Wis 

Ariz 


3d 

11th... 


1,860 


Philip S Everest 


Superintendent, Ashland, Wis 


2,400 




Superintendent, Leupp, Ariz . 


2,400 


Edward Clements . . 


Special agent in charge, Baraga, Mich 

Superintendent, Mescalero, N. Mex 


Mich... 
Ky-.- 
Okla... 
Nev 


12th... 
8th...- 
6th.... 


1,500 


Owen M. Boggess 


2,400 


Charles L. Ellis 


Superintendent, Riverside, Calif. 


3,000 




Superintendent and physician, Moapa, Nev. 

Superintendent, Mount Pleasant, Mich 

Superintendent, Fort Defiance, Ariz 


2,100 


Ora Padgett 


111 

S. Dak. 
Md.... 

N. Y . 


2d 

1st 

8th.... 


2.400 
3,000 


Carl B. Boyd 


Superintendent and physician, Neah Bay, 

Wash. 
Special agent in charge, Salamanca, N. Y 


2,100 
1,750 




Minn.. 

Ill 

Okla... 
Okla... 
Mo.... 
Wyo... 


2d 

1st 

2d 

3d 

8th.... 


2,400 


J. George Wright 

Henry M. Tidwell 


Superintendent, Pawhuska, Okla 


5,200 




2,400 




3.300 


Claude R Whitlock 


Superintendent, Pierre, S. Dak 


2,400 






2,800 




Superintendent, Pine Ridge, S. Dak 


Kans..- 
Minn.. 
Okla... 
Ind-... 
N.Mex. 

Mo 

Kans... 


6th.... 
10th... 
5th.... 
3d 


3,300 






2,400 


George A. Hoyo 


Superintendent, Whiteagle, Okla 


2,100 


Superintendent, Mayetta, Kans . 


2,100 




Superintendent, Crown Point, N. Mex 


2,400 




6th.... 


2,400 






2,400 


Brete H. Dooley 




Kans... 
S. Dak- 
Ind.... 
Mo.... 
Nebr... 


5th.... 
3d 

1st 

5th.... 


2,400 


Superintendent, Rocky Bov, Mont 


1,860 


James H. McGregor ^ 

Jacob Breid f. 

L. A Dorrington... 


Superintendent, Rosebud, S. Dak 


3,300 


Superintendent and physician, Toledo, Iowa.. 


3,300 
3,000 




Oreg... 

Ariz 


2d 


3, 300 


Charles S Young 


Superintendent, Scottsdale, Ariz 

Superintendent, San Carlos, Ariz 

Superintendent, Shiprock, N. Mex 

Superintendent, Santa Fe, N. Mex 


1,920 






3,000 


Albert H. Kneale 


N. Y... 
N.Mex. 
Mich.- 
Okla... 
Fla 

KanS-.. 
Calif--- 
Okla... 
Wash.. 
Nebr... 
Kans... 
Iowa... 
Wash.. 
Colo... 
Wis--- 
Mont 


39th... 

'9th"-"I 
6th.... 
4th.... 

2d 

11th... 
8th.... 

1st 

5th.... 
5th.... 
13th... 

1st 

1st 

7th...- 


3,000 


John D. De Huff... 


2,700 


Charles Eggers 


Superintendent, Colony, Okla 


2,100 




Superintendent, Sells, Ariz 


2,400 


L. A. Spencer 


Special commissioner in charge, Fort Myers, 

Fla. 
Superintendent, Shawnee, Okla 


2,300 


Adelbert W. Leech. 


2,100 


F. M. Conser 

Reuben P. Haas 

Edwin L. Chalcraft 


Superintendent. Riverside, Calif 

Superintendent. Fort Washakie, Wyo 


3,300 
2,700 
1,860 


William C Willahan 


Superintendent, Sisseton, S. Dak ._ .. 


2,100 


Loson L. Odle 


Superintendent, Albuquerque, N. Mex 


2,400 
3.000 


William B Sams 


Superintendent, Hoquiarn, Wash 


2,100 


Ralph P. Stanion 

Lindley ?il. Compton 




2.400 




2,400 




2,400 


W^iDiam \ Li^ht 




Kans... 
Minn.. 
S. Dak. 
Nebr... 
Ariz—. 


2d 

6th...- 

3d 

3d 


2,100 


Walter F. Dickens " " . 


Superintendent, Tulalip, Wash 


2,700 


Henrv J. McQuigg 


Superintendent, Belcourt, N. Dak 


2,100 


Fred A. Gross 


Superintendent, Fort Duchesne, Utah 

Superintendent, Pendleton, Oreg . 


2,700 


Omar L. Babcock 


2,100 






Ind.... 

Mo 

Ind.... 

Pa 

111 

W. Va. 
N.Mex. 


7th.... 

3d 

9th...- 
18th... 
23d.... 
4th.... 


2,100 




Superintendent, Schurz, Nev 


2,100 


Jesse B. Mortsolf 


Superintendent, Warmsprings, Oreg.. 


2,100 




Superintendent, Tuba Citv, Ariz 


2,700 


Emmett E. McNeillv 


Superintendent, Owyhee, Nev. . 


2,100 


Frank T. Mann " 


Superintendent, Winnebago, Nebr 


2,700 


Evan W. Estep .... 


Superintendent, Toppenish, Wash 


3,000 



54 



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DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



OflBce of Indian Affairs— Con. 

Indian Field Service— Con. 



Robert E. L. Daniel 

Robert J. Bauman 

Robert A. Cochran 

Burton B. Custer 

Richard C. Jordan , 

M. Eleanor Allen 

Albert Asendorf , 

Mary Morlcy 

Joseph N. Kagey.. 

Edward Swengel 

Jack Brown... 

O. A. Wright 

Zula J. Breeden 

William E. Van Cleave. 
S. A. M. Young 



Pension Office 

Winfield Scott... 

Edward W. Morgan 

Alfred D. Wilkinson 

Chiefs of Divisions 

Charles F. Whitney 

Harry P. Willey 

John S. Beach 

Stephen A. Cuddy 

Elmer E. Miller 

Merritt L. Dawkins 

J. Finney Engle.. 

Oscar J. Randall 

Franklin J. Robinson 

De Witt C. Cook 



Bureau of Education 

John J. Tigert 

Lewis A. Kalbach 



Chiefs of Divisions 

George F. Zook 

Mrs. Katherine M. Cook- 
Walter S. Deffenbaugh 

James F. Rogers 



James C. Boykin 

Frank M. Phillips 

John D. Wolcott 

Jonathan H. Wagner 

District Superintendents of 
Schools in Alaska 

Charles W. Hawkesworth 



Benjamin B. Mozee. 
Thomas V. Calkins. 

Earle M. Forrest 

Sylvester Chance 



Ernest L. Range.. 

Physicians in Charge of Hospitals 

Herbert B. Wentz 

John Wotherspoon... 

Charles Firestone 

John Venters 

Leonard P. Dawes 



Geological Survey 

George Otis Smith 

Julian D. Sears 

John J. Madigan 

S.J. Kubel 

C. H. Lane 

J. L. V. McCord 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unlfss 
otherwise indicated) 



Superintendent, Wagner, S. Dak 

Superintendent, Blackrock, N. Mex 

Superintendent, Chicago, 111. 

Superintendent, St. Louis, Mo 

Superintendent, San Francisco, Calif 

Superintendent, -A^rdmore, Okla 

Superintendent, Sapulpa, Okla 

Superintendent, Eutaula, Okla 

Superintendent, Hartshorne, Okla 

Superintendent, Seminole, Okla 

Superintendent, Tahlequah, Okla 

Superintendent, Tuskahoma, Okla 

Superintendent, Millerton, Okla 

Superintendent and physician, Talihina, Okla. 
Superintendent, Fort Wingate, N. Me.x 



Commissioner 

Deputy Commissioner 

Assistant chief clerk and coordinator. 



Medical referee, chief, medical division 

Ciiief, law division. 

Chief, retirement division 

Chief, board of review 

Disbursing clerk, chief, disbursing division. 

Chief, special examination division 

Chief, invalid division 

Chief, finance division 

Chief, widow division 

Chief, record division 



Commissioner of Education. 
Chief clerk 



Chief, division of higher education 

Chief, rural education division. 

Chief, city schools division 

Chief, physical education and school hygiene 
division. ■ 

Chief, editorial division ". 

Chief, statistical division 

Chief, library division 

Chief, Alaska division, Seattle, Wash 



Superintendent of schools, southeastern dis- 
trict, Juneau, Alaska. 

Superintendent of schools, central district. 
Anchorage, Alaska. 

Superintendent of schools, southwestern dis- 
trict, Kanakanak, Alaska. 

Superintendent of schools, western district, 
Akiak, Alaska. 

Superintendent of schools, northwestern dis- 
trict, Noorvik, Alaska. 

Acting superintendent of schools, Seward 
Peninsula, Nome, .\laska. 

Physician, Akiak, Alaska 

Physician, Noorvik, Alaska 

Physician, Kanakanak, Alaska 

Physician, Nulato, Alaska 

Physician, Juneau, Alaska 

Director 

Administrative geologist 

Chief clerk 

Chief, engraving and printing 

Editor 

Librarian 



Legal residence 



State 



Ariz... 
lowa.- 

111 

Ariz... 

Nebr.. 

Okla.. 

Okla.. 

Okla.. 

Okla.. 

Okla.. 

Okla... 

Okla.. 

Okla.. 

Ind.... 

S. Dak 



Okla. 
Vt... 
Pa... 



111.... 
Ohio. 
N. Y. 
Wis... 
Kans- 
Mo... 
Pa.... 
Pa.... 
Md... 
N. Y.. 



Ky... 
Pa... 

Pa... 
Colo. 
W.Va 
Conn. 



D. C. 

Iowa.. 
N.Y_. 

Wash. 



Alaska 
Alaska. 
N.Mex. 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 
.\laska. 



Wash.. 
Wash.. 
Wash.. 
Wash.. 

Alaska. 



Me 

Md.... 
Mass... 
D. C... 
Mass... 
Nebr... 



Cong, 
dist. 



10th. 
2oth. 



2d. 



9th-.. 
1st... 



8th.. 
1st.. 
12th. 



20th. 
15th. 
27th. 
10th. 
1st... 
1st.. 
10th. 
6th... 
5th .. 
33d... 



7th... 
13th.. 



21st.. 
1st... 
1st... 
4th... 



1st-.. 
36th.- 
1st-. . 



3d... 
4th.. 
9th.. 



13th. 

1st.-, 



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55 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



Geological Survey — Con. 

Geologic Branch 

Walter C. Mendenhall 

T. W. Stanton 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



G. F. Loughlin 

George R. Mansfield. 

Sidney Paige 

W. C. Alden 

L. W. Stephenson 



E. F. Burchard. 



Chief geologist 

Geologist in charge, paleontology and stra- 
tigraphy. 

Geologist in charge, metalliferous deposits... 

Geologist in charge, nonmetalliferous deposits. 

Geologist in charge, areal geology... 

Geologist in charge, glacial geology 

Geologist in charge, coastal plain investiga- 
tions. 

Geologist in charge, geology of iron and steel 
metals. 

Geologist in charge, geology of fuels 

Chemist acting in charge, chemistry and 
physics. 



Legal residence 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


Ohio... 
Colo... 

Mass... 

Ill 

D. C... 


18th... 
1st 

5th.... 
9th.... 


D. C... 




Ohio... 


ieth... 



W. T. Thorn, jr 

George Steiger 

Topographic Branch 

C. H. Birdseye 

Glenn S. Smith 

William H. Herron 

T. G. Gerdine 

Alaskan Branch \ 

Phihp S. Smith ! Chief Alaskan geologist.. 

Supervising mining engineer, Juneau and 
Anchorage, Alaska. 



Va... 
D. C. 



9th. 
3d.- 



Chief topographic engineer 

Engineer in charge, Atlantic division. 
Engineer in charge. Central division. 
Engineer in charge, Pacific division.. 



Ohio... 
N. Y... 

Ill 

Ga 



B. D. Stewart 

Conservation Branch 

Herman Stabler 

F. B. Tough 

J. D. Northrop 

A. E. Aldous 

B. E. Jones... 

E. P. Campbell.... 



Charles L. Duer. 
R. C. Patterson.. 



Jack W. Steele. 
John R. Reeve. 



R. E. Allport. 
B. W. Dyer... 



F. M. Brewster. 



Chief. 

Chief, mineral leasing division 

Chief, mineral classification division 

Chief, homestead division 

Chief, power division 

Supervisor, oil and gas operations, Denver, 

Colo. 

District mining supervisor, Denver, Colo 

Deputy supervisor, oil and gas ouerations, 

Taft, Calif. 
Deputy supervisor, oil and gas operations, 

Casper and Midwest, Wyo. 
Associate petroleum engineer in charge, 

Winnett, Mont. 
District mining supervisor, Billings, Mont... 
District mining engineer in charge. Salt Lake 

City, Utah. 
Petroleum engineer in charge, Muskogee, 

Ardmore, and Whiteagle, Okla. 

C. F. Williams Deputy mining supervisor, Miami, Okla 

W. W. Fleming j Deputy mining supervisor, McAlester, Okla. 

Water Resources Branch ' 

N. C. Grover... Chief hydraulic engineer 

John C. Hojl; ..I Hydraulic engineer in charge, division of sur- 
face water. 

O. E. Meinzer .-| Geologist in charge, division of ground water. 

W. D. Collins Chemist in charge, division of quality of water. 

A. H. Horton j Hydraulic engineer in charge, division of 

j power resources. 

G. Clyde Baldwin I District engineer, Idaho Falls, Idaho.-- 

H. D. Beckman District engineer, RoUa, Mo.. - 

E. D. Burchard _| District engineer, Asheville, N. C 

Max H. Carson _ District engineer, Honolulu, Hawaii 

W. E. Dickinson ' District engineer, Tucson, Ariz 

C. E. Ellsworth District engineer, .\ustin, Tex -- 

Robert Follansbee.. District engineer, Denver, Colo 

H. E. Qrosbach-.- - District engineer, Chicago, 111 

A. W. Harrington District engineer, Albany, N. Y 

O. W. Hartwell District engineer, Trenton, N. J 

F. F. Henshaw.- District engineer, Portland, Oreg 

Warren R . King District engineer, C hattanooga, Tenn 

H. B. Kinnison District engineer, Topeka, Kans 

W. A. Lamb _. District engineer, Helena, Mont 

Lasley Lee.- District engineer, Columbus, Ohio 

H. D. McGlashan District engineer, San Francisco, CaUf 

Q. L. Parker District engineer, Tacoma, Wash 

C. Q. Paulsen District engineer, Boise, Idaho 

C. H. Pierce District engineer, Boston, Mass 

A. B. Purton... • District engineer, Salt Lake City, Utah 

S. B. Soule District engineer, Madison, Wis 

59927— 25t 5 



Mass... 
Alaska. 



Md.... 
Colo... 

N. Y... 
Utah.. 



14th.. 
10th„ 
18th.. 
8th... 



8th... 



Colo... 



Colo... 
Calif 



Wyo.. 
Okla.. 



Tex... 

Mont. 



W.Va. 



Ohio.. 
Okla.. 



N.J.. 

N.Y. 



m.... 

Ind.. 
N.Y. 



Idaho. 

Ill 

Iowa.. 
Calif.. 
N. Y. 
Tex... 
Colo.. 
Nebr.. 
N. Y.. 
Pa.... 
Oreg.. 
Colo.. 
Tex .. 
Colo.. 
Pa.... 
N. Y.. 
Wash. 
Idaho. 
Vt.... 
Kans.. 
Wis... 



6th.-. 
3d.... 
35th.. 
1st-- 
25 th.. 
1st... 

1st... 
9th... 

AtL. 

1st-.. 

14th.. 
1st... 

3d.... 



17th.- 
3d.... 



9th.. 
35th. 



2d.. 
6th. 
43d- 



2d.... 

6th... 

7th-. 

8th... 

38th . 

10th.. 

1st... 

1st... 

24th.. 

18th-. 

1st-- 

1st . 
! lOth- 
! ist... 

10th.. 
'• 35th.. 

3d.... 
, 2d.... 
! Ist... 

5th... 
1 3d.... 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$5, 200 
5,200 

5,000 
4,200 
4,600 
4,000 
4,200 

4,200 

4,200 
4,000 



5,200 
5,200 
5,200 
5,200 



5,200 
4,800 



5,200 
5,200 
5,200 
4,000 
3,800 
4,800 

3,800 
3,900 

4,200 

3,100 

3,800 
4,200 

4,000 

3,000 
3,000 



5,200 
5,200 

4,200 
4,200 
4,400 

4, 800 

3,800 

3,800 

3,800 

3,800 

4,000 

4,000 

3,000 

3,800 

3,800 

3,800 

3,800 

3,800 

3,800 ' 

3,800 

4,000 

3,800 

3,800 

3,800 

3,800 

3. (^00 



56 



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DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Geological Survey — Con. 
Water Resources Branch— Con. 

J. B. Spiegel 

J. J. Dirzulaitis 

F. 0. Ebert... 

M. R. Stackpole 

E. C. LaRue 

R. R. WooUey. 

Bureau of Reclairation 

Elwood Mead 

Porter W. Dent 

Charles A. Bissell 

Hugh A. Brown 



District engineer, Ames, Iowa Mich„ 

Engineer in charge, University, Va ' Pa 

Engineer in charge, Los Angeles, Calif Calif... 

Engineer in charge, Augusta, Me ' Me.--. 

Hydraulic engineer, Pasadena, Calif ! CaUf... 

HydrauUc engineer, Salt Lake City, Utah i Utah.. 



William F. Kubach 

Charles N. McCuUoch. 
Raymond F. Walter. _. 
Sinclair O. Harper 



John L. Savage 

LesUe N. McClellan. 

Jacob R. Ummel 

George C. Kreutzer.. 



Andrew Weiss.. 

Porter J. Preston. 

Rudolph C. E. Weber - 

John C. Page 

Leo J. Foster 

Judson B. Bond 

George H. Harris.--... 
Edward B. DarUngton. 

Frank A. Banks 

Arthur R. McGinness.. 

Horace A. Parker 

George E. Stratton 

George O. Sanford 

Harry W. Bashore 

Lewis E. Foster 

John F. Richardson 

William S. Arthur 

Herbert D. Newell 

Harvey M. Schilling... 
Ralph M. Conner 



Ralph Lowry 

Frederick C. Youngblutt. 

Lawrence M. Lawson 

Walter L. Whittemore 

Calvin Casteel 

James L. Lytel 

Harold D. Comstock 

Lester H. Mitchell 

Frank F. Smith.. 

Walker R. Young 

Chester C. Fisher , 

William M. Green , 

Homer J. Gault.. 

Bernard E. Stoutemyer.. 

Harry L. Holgate 

Ottamar Hamele... - 

James R. Alexander , 

Brooks Fullerton. 

Ezra E. Roddis 

Armand Offutt 

Richard J. Coffey 

David W. Davis • 

Walter Ward 1 



National Park Service 

Washington Office 

Stephen T. Mather 

Arno B. Cammerer.- 

Arthur E. Demaray 

Charles L. Gable 



Commissioner 

Assistant to the commissioner 

Chief, engineering division 

Chief, division of settlement and economic 
. operations. 

Chief accountant 

Chief clerk 

Chief engineer, Denver, Colo 

General superintendent of construction, Den- 
ver, Colo. 

Designing engineer, Denver, Colo 

Electrical engineer, Denver, Colo 

Chief clerk, Denver, Colo 

Director of reclamation economics, Denver, 
Colo. 

Assistant director, Denver, Colo 

Superintendent, Yuma, Ariz 

Superintendent, Orland, Calif.. 

Superintendent, Grand Junction, Colo 

Superintendent, Montrose, Colo 

Superintendent. Boise, Idaho 

Superintendent, King Hill, Idaho 

Superintendent, Burley, Idaho 

Resident engineer, American Falls, Idaho 

Superintendent, Ballantine, Mont. 

Snperintendent, Savage, Mont 

Superintendent, Malta, Mont 

Superintendent, Fairfield, Mont 

Superintendent, Mitchell, Nebr 

Superintendent, Carlsbad, N. Mex 

Superintendent, Fallon, Nev 

Superintendent, Wilhston, N. Dak. 

Superintendent, Klamath Falls, Oreg 

Superintendent, Hermiston, Oreg 

Superintendent of construction, McKay 
Dam, Oreg. 

Resident engineer, McKay Dam, Oreg 

Superintendent, Newell, S. Dak.. 

Superintendent, El Paso, Tex 

Superintendent, Provo, Utah 

Superintendent, Okanogan, Wash 

Superintendent, Yakima, Wash 

Superintendent, Riverton, Wyo.- 

Superintendent, Powell, Wyo... 

Resident engineer, Guernsey, Wyo 

Engineer, Berkeley, Calif 

Engineer, Chico, Calif 

Engineer, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Engineer, Ellensburg, Wash 

District counsel, Boise, Idaho 

District counsel, Portland, Oreg 

District counsel, El Paso, Tex 

District counsel, Montrose, Colo. 

District counsel, Mitchell, Nebr , 

District counsel, Billings, Mont 

District counsel, Denver, Colo 

District counsel, Berkeley, Calif 

Director of finance, Washington, D. C 

Senior engineer, Rimrock, Wash 



Cahf... 
Tenn... 
Wash.. 
N.J... 

Idaho.. 
S. C... 
Colo... 
Colo... 

Colo... 
Colo... 
Colo... 
Colo... 

Colo... 
Colo.-. 
Ind-... 
Colo... 
Colo... 
Idaho.. 
Idaho.. 
Idaho.. 
Idaho . 
Mont.. 
Mont.. 
Mass... 
Mont.. 
Nebr... 
Colo... 

Nev 

N. Dak. 
Oreg... 
Oreg... 
Me 



Wash.. 
Wis.... 
Tex.... 
Utah... 
Wash.. 
Wash-. 
Wyo... 
Me.--. 
Mont.. 
Colo.-. 
Oreg... 
Utah... 
Ohio-.. 
Idaho - 
Oreg.. 
Okla.. 
Colo- . 
Colo.-. 
Mont- 
Colo.-. 
Calif-. 
Idaho.. 
Idaho. 



Ronald M. Holmes 

• On leave without pay. 



Director..- HI 

Assistant director j Wis... 

Assistant in operations and public relations. -| Minn. 

Assistant chief investigator (accountant and i Pa 

auditor) . 1 

Chief clerk ' Pa.... 



Cong, 
dist. 



12th. 
13th. 
7th.. 
1st.. 
11th- 
2d.-. 



6th.. 
9th-. 
4th.- 
3d.. 

2d-. 
4th.. 
1st.. 
4th.. 



1st... 
1st... 

1st--. 

1st.-. 
1st-.. 

1st--. 

5th... 
4th.-. 
4th-. 
2d.... 
2d.... 
2d ... 
2d.... 
2d.... 
2d.... 
2d—. 
2d.... 
6th. . 
2d.... 
1st-.. 
3d.... 
3d.... 
2d—. 
4th... 



4th-. 
3d... 
16th. 
2d..- 
5th.. 
4th.. 



1st- 



ist — 
1st.. 
2d— 
20th. 
1st.. 
3d-.- 
1st-- 
4th-. 
4th.- 
2d... 
1st.. 



1st- 



2d— 
1st.. 
5th.. 
13th. 



1st.- 



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67 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


National Park Service— Con. 

National Park Service at Large 

Bert H. Burrell 

Daniel R. Hull 

Ansel F. Hall 

Superintendents of National 
Parks 

Charles 0. Thomson 

Charles J. Kraebel 

J. Ross Eakin _ 


Acting chief civil engineer, Portland, Greg. . . 

Landscape engineer, Los Angeles, Calif 

Chief park naturalist, Berkeley, Cahf 

Superintendent, Crater Lake National Park, 
Crater Lake, Greg. 

Superintendent, Glacier National Park, Bel- 
ton, Mont. 

Superintendent, Grand Canyon National 
Park, Grand Canyon, Ariz. 

Superintendent, Hawaii National Park, 
Volcano House, Hawaii. 

Superintendent, Hot Springs National Park, 
Hot Springs, Ark. 

Superintendent, Lafayette National Park, 
Bar Harbor, Me. 

Superintendent, Mesa Verde National Park, 
Mancos, Colo. 

Superintendent, Mount McKinley National 
Park, McKinley Park, Alaska. 

Superintendent, Mount Rainier National 
Park, Longuaire, Wash. 

Superintendent, Piatt National Park, Sul- 
phur, Okla. 

Superintendent, Rocky Mountain National 
Park, Estes Park, Colo. 

Superintendnt, Sequoia National Park, and 
acting superintendent. General Grant Na- 
tional Park, Alder Creek headquarters via 
Three Rivers, Calif. 

.\cting superintendent, Sullys Hill National 
Park, Fort Totten, N. Dak. (inspector in 
charge, Fort Totten Indian school) . 

Superintendent, Wind Cave National Park, 
Hot Springs, S. Dak. 

Superintendent, Yellowstone National Park, 
and special field assistant to the Director, 
Yellowstone Park, Wyo. 

Superintendent, Yosemite National Park, 
Yosemite National Park, Calif. 

.\cting superintendent, Zion National Park, 
Springdale, Utah (associate engineer of the 
Geological Survey, detailed to Zion Na- 
tional Park). 

Custodian, Aztec Ruin National Monument, 
Aztec, N. Mex. 

Custodian, Capulin Mountain National 
Monument, Capulin, N. Mex 

Custodian, Carlsbad Cave National Monu- 
ment, Carlsbad, N. Mex. • 

Custodian, Casa Grande and Tumacacori 
National Monuments, and superintendent, 
Southwestern monuments, Blackwater, 
Ariz. 

Custodian, Chaco Canyon National Monu- 
ment, Crown Point, N. Mex. 

Custodian, Colorado National Monument, 
Grand Junction, Colo. 

Custodian, Craters of the Moon National 
Monument, Arco, Idaho. 

Custodian, Devils Tower National Monu- 
ment, Hiilett, Wyo. 


Calif... 
Calif... 
Calif... 

N. Y... 
Hawaii 
W. Va. 
Ark..-. 
Wash.. 

Me 

Colo... 
Alaska. 

Nev 

Mich... 
Colo... 
Calif __. 

S.Dak. 

S.Dak. 
Calif... 

Mich... 
Mont . . 


Gth.... 
11th... 
6th.... 

33d.... 

1st 

4th.... 

2d 

3d 

2d 

1st 

9th.... 

1st 

8th.... 


(•) 
(•) 
$3,000 

(') 
(«) 
(•) 
3,000 

(10) 

2,400 
(') 


Thomas Boles 

Joseph Bolten 

George B. Dorr 

Jesse L. Nusbaum 


Henry P. Karstens 


3,600 
(«) 

1,860 
(") 


Owen A. Tomlinson. 


Forest L. Carter. 

Roger W. Toll 


John R. White 


(•) 


William R. Bever _ . 




Roy Brazell ... ... 


2d 

6th.... 

12th... 


(12) 


Horace M. .Mbright ...... 


(1!) 


Washington B. Lewis 

Richard T. Evans ....... 


(») 

3,100 


Custodians of National Monu- 
ments 

Earl H. Morris 

Homer J. Farr 

W. Frank Mcllvain 

Frank Pinkley 


N. Mex. 
N. Mex. 
K. Mex. 
.\riz 





12 p. a. 

12 p. a. 

12 p. a. 

1,860 


C. A. Qriflan 


N.Mex. 
Colo... 
Idaho.. 
Wyo... 




12 p. a. 


John Otto 

Samuel A. Paisley 

John M. Thorn 


4th.... 

2d 

7th.... 


12 p. a. 
12 p. a. 
12 p. a. 



' $3,300 and quarters. 

» $;^,800, quarters, water, heat, and light. 



« $3,000 and field subsistence. 
« $250 per month when actuallv employed. 
7 $3,000 and quarters. 
11 Salary paid by Public Health Service; National Park Service furnishes quarters, fuel, and light. 

11 $3,300 and quarters when available. 's $4,800 and quarters and fuel. 

12 $2,100 and quarters. n $4,000 and quarters. 



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DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



National Park Service— Con. 

Custodians of National Menu- 
mevts — Continued 

Evon Z. Vogt 

William H. Smith 

Martin L. Jackson 

John T. Needham 

Zeke Johnson 

John Wetherill 

Jamesie E. McClain 

William Nelson 

Herman A. Hermansen 

Peter Trierschield 

Adolph Larsen 

Jesse C. Clarke.- 

The Aiasica Railroad 



Noel W.Smith 

Charles E. Dole. 

Barton H. Barndollar. 
Hugh Horn 

John T. Cunningham. . 

Ross H. Hale 



Charles-H. Holmes.. 

Bobert Huntley 

Fred H. Lounsbury. 



George L. Jenkins. 

Leslie Cramer 

Alfred Q. Balls... 
H. M. OiUman.jr. 



St. Elizabeths Hospital i« 



William A. White. 
Arthur P. Noyes.. 
Monle Sanger 



Medical Division 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Custodian, El Morro National Monument, 
Ramah, N. Mex. 

Custodian, Gran Quivira National Monu- 
ment, Gran Quivira, N. Mex. 

Custodian, Montezuma Castle National 
Monument, Camp Verde, Ariz. 

Custodian, Muir Woods National Monu- 
ment, Mill Valley, Calif. 

Custodian, Natural Bridges National Monu- 
ment, Blanding, Utah. 

Custodian, Navajo National Monument, 
Kayenta, Ariz. 

Custodian, Papago Saguaro National Monu- 
ment, Tempe, Ariz. 

Custodian, Petrified Forest National Monu- 
ment, Holbrook, Ariz. 

Custodian, Pinnacles National Monument, 
Pinnacles, CaJif. 

Custodian, Sitka National Monument, Sitka, 
Alaska. 

Custodian, Verendrye National Monument, 
Sanish, N. Dak. 

Custodian, Wupatki National Monument, 
Flagstaff, Ariz. 



General manager, Anchorage, Alaska.- 

General purchasing agent, Seattle, Wash 

Examiner of accounts. Anchorage, Alaska... 

Assistant general manager, Anchorage, Alaska 

Superintendent of transportation. Anchorage, 
Alaska. 

Superintendent of motive power and equip- 
ment. Anchorage, Alaska. 

Bridge engineer, Anchorage, Alaska 

General storekeeper. Anchorage, Alaska...!.. 

Auditor of station accounts. Anchorage, 
Alaska, 

Train master, Anchorage, Alaska. 

Special disbursing agent, Seattle, Wash 

Special disbursing agent. Anchorage, Alaska.. 

Chief clerk, Washington, D. C, office 



Superintendent 

First assistant physician 

Assistant to the superintendent. 



Mary O'Malley Clinical director. 

Herbert C. Wooley Chnical director. 

Watson W. Eldridge 

Nolan D. C. Lewis 

Walter Freeman 

Alice Vaughn 

Sarah F. Schroeder 

Celia B. Chapman 



Administrative Division 



Arnold W. Barbour. 

Homer Smith 

A. E. Offutt 

Porter L. Bush 

Honora O'Brien 

Clara Willard 

E. Harry Weisbrod. 
Charles B. Snyder.. 
Daniel J. Sullivan... 
Mildred E. Parker.. 



Senior medical officer 

Senior medical officer 

Senior medical officer 

Chief nurse 

Chief psychiatric social worker. . 
Principal occupational therapist. 



Chief clerk 

Disbursing agent 

Purchasing agent .-. 

Personnel officer 

Matron 

Librarian 

Chief engineer. 

Superintendent of construction. 

Chief of commissary 

Chief dietitian 



Legal residence 



State 



N.Mex. 

N.Mex 

Ariz... 

Calif.. 

Utah.. 

Ariz 



N. Y... 
N. J.... 
N. Y... 
Md.... 

Pa 

Oa 

D. C... 
Mo 



D. C. 
Iowa.. 
D. C 
N. Y.. 
D. C 
D. C 
Pa.-.- 
Miss-- 
Ga...- 
Mass-. 



Cong, 
dist. 



1st. 
1st. 



Ariz 




Ariz 




Calif... 
Alaska. 
N.Dak. 
Ariz 


8th.... 
3d 


Alaska. 

Ill 

Alaska- 
Alaska. 


"i9th"."I 


Alaska. 
Alaska - 
Alaska. 




Alaska - 
Alaska. 

Alaska. 
Wash.. 
Alaska. 


ist."'.:: 


D. C 




N. Y... 
D. C... 


34th... 


D. C... 





40th. 
1st.. 
17th. 
6th.- 
ist.. 
10th. 



nth... 



3d. 



27th... 



3d... 
7th.. 
10th. 
13th. 



>• $1,800 and quarters. 

•• St. Elizabeths Hospital is an institutiongplaced by law under the supervision of the Secretary of the 
Interior. 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 



59 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

Continued 



Freed man's Hospital >' 

William A. Warfleld 

B. Price Hurst 

Thomas E. Jones 

Lucius H. Brown, jr 

George W. Adams 

Lawrence W. Jackson 

Emma M. Irwin 



Board of Indian Commissioners 

George Vaux, jr .._ 

Warran K. Moorehead 

Samuel A. Eliot... 

Frank Knox.. .__ 

Daniel Smiley 

Hugh L Scott 

Clement S. Ucker 

Flora Warren Seymour 

John J Sullivan 

Malcolm McDowell 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Surgeon in chief 

Roentgenologist 

Resident assistant surgeon. 

Resident physician 

Pathologist 

Anesthetist. 

Superintendent of nurses... 



Chairman, 
Member of 
Member of 
Member of 
Member of 
Member of 
Member of 
Member of 
Member of 
Secretary.. 



Bryn Mawr, Pa 

board, Andover, Mass 

board, Cambridge, Mass 

board, Manchester, N. H 

board, Mohonk Lake, N. Y. 

board, Princeton, N. J 

board. Savannah, Ga 

board, Chicago, 111 

board, Philadelphia, Pa 



Howard University ' 

Hubert Work... | Secretary of the Interior, patron ex olEcio. 

Charles R. Brown | President board of trustees 

J. Stanley Durkee ...i President 

Emmett J. Scott Secretary-treasurer. 

C. E. Lucas .1 Assistant treasurer _ 

F. D. Wilkinson Registrar 



War Minerals Relief 



John Briar. 



SoiUliern Appalachian 
National Park Commission 

Henry W. Temple 

William C. Gregg 



WJUiam.A.. Welch. 



Harlan P. Kelsey. 
Glenn S. Smith... 



E. Louise Belcher. 



Columbia Institution for the 
Deaf '8 

Territorial Officers * 

Alaska 

George A. Parks 

Karl Tl»ile 

Hawaii 

Wallace R. Farrington 

Raymond C. Brown 



Commissioner 



Chairman, Representative in Congress 

Vice chairman. National Arts Club, New 

York City. 
Palisades Interstate Park Commission, New 

York City. 
Appalachian Mountain Club, Salem, Mass.. 
Secretary, acting chief topographic engineer, 

U. S. Geological Survey. 
Clerk. 



Governor, Juneau 

Secretary of the Territory, Juneau... 

Governor, Honolulu 

Secretary of the Territory, Honolulu 




D. C. 
D. C. 
Va... 
B.C. 
B.C. 
B.C. 
Dl.... 



Conn. 
Mass- 
Ala... 
D.C.. 
D. C. 



Va- 



Pa... 

N. Y. 



N. Y. 



Mass. 
Okla. 



D. C. 



Colo... 
.Maska . 



Hawaii 
Hawaii 



25th. 



1st.. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$6,200 
3,000 
2,400 
2,040 
2,400 
1,860 
1,600 



(') 
(') 
(') 
(') 
(') 
0) 
(') 
(') 
(') 
»3,800 



(') 

(') 

7,000 

5,000 

2,600 

2,600 



6,000 



(') 
(') 

(') 

(') 
(>) 

2,000 



7,000 
3,600 



.000 
.400 



1 Serves without compensation. 

2 Paid from fund appropriated by Congress, through Interior Department, for activities of the board. 

* Howard University is not a part of the Interior Department. It was incorporated by act of Congress 
of March 2, 1867, as "a university for the education of youth in liberal arts and sciences under the name, style, 
and title of Howard University." The first appropriation to the university from the United States Gov- 
ernment was made on March 3, 1879, and each year since Congress has continued to make appropriations 
for the maintenance and development of the university. Such appropriations are required to be c.xp uded 
under the supervision of the Secretary of the Interior. The total university budget for the flsci! year 
1925-26 is $905,935, of which sum Congress has appropriated $591,000. Of this appropriation $370,' (0 is 
for the construction of a new building for the medical school. 

* The governors and secretaries of the Territories are Presidential appointees. The reports of t'l,^ gov- 
ernors are made to the Secretary of the Interior. The organization of the courts of Alaska and Ei.waii 
are shown on pp. 131-133. 

" Freedman's Hospital is an institution placed by law under the supervision of the Secret -y of the 
Interior. It is maintained by receipts from the District of Columbia for indigent residents; receipts from 
the Federal Government for indigent residents of the States; and by receipts from pay patients. The 
cost of construction for most of the buildings has been borne by the Federal Government and of a few by 
the District of Columbia. 

" This institution is managed by a board of trustees, but certain duties in connection with the adminis- 
tration are under the supervision of the Secretary of the Interior (see p. 125). 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



SECRETARY 

WILLIAM M. JARDINE, OF KANSAS 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



12th. 
7th.. 
25th. 



Office of the Secretary - 

Renick W. Dunlap.. __ 

Francis M. Russell 

Henry M . Bain 

(Vacancy). 

Walter G. Campbell.-. 

<31yde W. Warburton 

Nelson A. Crawford 

Warner W. Stockberger ' 

Robert W. Williams 

Office of Personnel and Busi- 
ness Administration 

Warner W. Stockberger i Director Ohio..-i 17th. 

W. Ashby Jump.. .1 Assistant director and budget officer i Md_-...t 2d... 

Robert M. Reese ; Chief clerk and superintendent of buildings... 

Almerico Zappone Chief, division of accounts and disbursements. 

Percy L. Gladmon Chief personnel officer 

Alex McC. Ashley Chief, division of purchase, sales, and traffic. 

OflBce of the Solicitor 



Assistant Secretary. I Ohio. 

.Vssistant to the Secretary j Iowa. 

Administrative assistant | 111 

Director of scientific work 

Director of regulatory work ' Ky... 

Director of extension work \ Iowa. 

Director of information | Kans. 

Director of personnel and business adminls- ' Ohio. 

tration. 
Solicitor • Fla... 



5th.. 
3d... 
5th.. 
17th. 

3d... 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$7,500 
5,200 
3,900 



D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 

Md.-..i 6th. 



Robert W. Williams.. Solicitor Fla 3d... 

Charles W. Boyle Assistant solicitor... : D. C.) 

Patrick D. Cronin Attorney in charge, division of food and Mass...! 10th. 

drugs, insecticides and fungicides, animal 
transportation, viruses, seed importation, 
tea inspection, and naval stores. 

Fred Lees.. Attorney in charge, division of national ] Kans... 6th 

forests, grain futures, cotton standards, 
Federal warehouses, excess wool profits, 
food products inspection, standard con- 
tainer, and administration of Center 
Market. 

Arthur H. McConville Attorney in charge, division of acquisition of 1 Ohio... 18th. 

lands. 

Thomas Q. Shearman Attorney in charge, division of Federal aid | N. Y... 10th. 

roads, meat inspection, animal quarantine, 
plant quarantine, agricultural extension, 
and bee importation. 

John P. Wenehel Attorney in charge, division of wild life con- N. C...I 10th. 

servation, estate claims, fiscal, personnel, 
contracts, and patents. 

Bayard T. Hainer Attorney in charge, division of packers and Okla...: 5th. 

stockyards. 
District Law Officers 



Harry P. Dechant San Francisco, Calif 

William F. Staley Portland, Oreg 

Charles S. Brothers Missoula, Mont 

Walter J. Ise Denver, Colo 

Edwin S. French i Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

Manly O. Thompson ..| Ogden, Utah 



Field Title AttoTneys 



Wilbur L. Newman | Woodstock, Va Va 

Howard A. Lamprey ' Woodsville, N. H R. I... 



Ohio... 2d.. 
Mich..J 8th. 
Utah...! 2d.. 
Nebr... 3d.. 
Mich...: 9th- 
Iowa... 5th. 



Clemmie B. Wilson.. Hot Springs, Ark. 

John C. Laurent Clayton, Oa 

John Awtrey ' Franklin, N. C 

Julius C. Fletcher .. Lenoir, N. C 

John C. Forney Moulton, Ala 

Alfred S. Grigg '■ Johnson City, Tenn. 

George E . Taylor. ! Knox ville, Tenn 



W. Va.. 
N.J.... 

Ga 

N.C... 
Ala..-. 
Tenn... 
Tenn... 



7th. 
2d.- 
ist. 
5th. 
7th. 
8th. 
9th. 
8th. 
1st. 



7,500 
7,500 
6,000 
6,000 

6,000 



6,000 
5,200 
4,000 
4,400 
3,200 
4,000 



6,000 
5,200 
5,200 



5,200 



5,200 
4,000 



4,000 
5,200 



3,800 
3,800 
3,500 
3,500 
3,500 
3,500 



3,300 
2,600 
2,500 
2,400 
2,500 
2,800 
2,500 
2,600 
2,800 



1 Also senior physiologist in charge of drug plant investigations, Bureau of Plant Industry. 
60 



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61 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



Office of Information 
Nelson A. Crawford 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington. D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Director of information '• Kans... 



Cong, 
dist. 



Office of Ptiblications 



Lynford J. Haynes... 
Herbert T. Cronin... 

Harry J. Demaree 

Melvin C. Merrill.-. 

Frank D. Smith 

Francis J. P. Cleary.. 
Joseph H. Stevenson. 
Clarence E. Bracey. . 
Maurice A. Downes.. 



Chief.. 

Assistant to chief 

.Administrative assistant 

Editorial chief 

Assistant in charge of printing and binding- 
Assistant in charge of distribution 

-Assistant in charge of illustrations 

.Assistant in charge of duplicating work 

.Assistant in charge of mailing lists 



Iowa- 
Mass - 
Pa 

Utahl 
Pa... 
111.... 
Kans. 
Va... 
Md.. 



5th... 



7th.- 
10th. 
19th. 
2d-.. 
27th- 
25 th. 
4th.- 
2d.- 
5th- 



Com- 
pe nsa- 
tion 



Press Service 

Charles E. Oapen 

Office of Experiment Stations 



Edwin W. AUen. 
Walter H. BeaL- 



Chief--. -.. ; 111. 



Chief... 

.Associate in experiment stations administra- 
tion. 
Editor Experiment Station Record... 



Howard L. Knight 

Division of Insular Experimeiii 
Stations 

Walter H. Evans. Chief .._ 

Charles C. Georgeson Senior agronomist in charge of Alaska stations, 

Sitka, Alaska. 

John M. Westgate .■-cnior agionomist in charge of Hawaii station, 

} Honolulu, Hawaii. 

Daniel W. May : Senior agronomist in charge of Porto Rico 

station, Mayaguez, P. R. 

Charles W. Edwards ' Animal husbandman in charge of Guam sta- 
tion, island of Guam. 

John B. Thompson .Agronomist in charge of Virgin Islands sta- 
tion, St. Croix, Virgin Islands. 
Extension Service 



Clyde W. Warburton- 

Leonore B. Fuller 

Clarence B. Smith 

Abraham C. Cooley.— 



Joseph W. Hiscox 

Frederick W. Perkins - 

Erwin H. Shinn 

.Alfred C. True 



Office of Cooperative Extension 
Work 



Clarence B. Smith - 

James A. Evans 

George E. Farrell.. 



Director of extension work 

-Administrative assistant 

Chief, office of cooperative extension work 

Agriculturist in charge of demonstrations on 
reclamation projects. Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Assistant chief administrative officer in charge 
of office of exhibits. 

.Assistant chief administrative officer in 
charge of office of motion pictures. 

.Agriculturist in charge of section of agricul- 
tural instruction. 

Specialist in States relations work 



Albert B. Graham - 
William A. Lloyd-. 
Oscar B. Martin-.. 
Florence E. Ward.. 



Reuben Brigham 

Meredith C. Wilson. 



Chief 

Assistant chief 

Senior agriculturist in charge of north-central 
division. 

Senior agriculturist in charge of subject-matter 
specialists. 

Senior agriculturist in charge of western di- 
vision. 

Senior agriculturist in charge of southern di- 
vision. 

Senior agriculturist in charge of eastern di- 
vision. 

Agriculturist in charge of visual instruction 

-Agriculturist in charge of reports and eflB- 
eiency studies. 



Mass. 
Va... 



Mass... 



Ind-... 
Kans... 

Kans... 

Iowa... 

Mich.. 

Calif... 

Iowa... 
S. C— . 
Mich.. 
Utah... 

Tenn.. 

W. Va. 

Ark..-. 

Conn.. 



Mich.. 
La 

ni , 



•S6, 000 



5, 200 
3,500 
3,000 
4,400 
2,700 
3,000 
2,900 
3,000 
2,400 



3,800 



5,400 
4,800 



4th---.: 3,800 



13th- 



9th. 
5th. 

5th- 

4th- 

4th- 

8th_ 



3d.__ 
1st-. 
11th. 
2d-.. 



2d.. 
4th. 
5th. 
2d- 



N.Y... 

Ohio-.. 

S. C... 

Iowa... 

Md.... 
N.Y... 



11th. 
4th-. 
22d.. 

1st.. 

16th- 

7th.. 

3d..., 



5th-. 
37th- 



5,200 
5,200 

5,400 

5,400 

4,200 

7,500 
3,000 
5,400 
4,000 

4,600 

4,200 
3,800 
5,200 



5,400 
5,200 
5,200 

5,200 

5,200 

5,200 

5,200 

4,000 
4.400 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OKKICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 




Weather Bureau 



Charles F. Marvin Chief 

Charles C. Clark .\ssistant chief 

WiUiam Weber Chief clerk 



Service and Scientific Divisions 

Willis R. Gregg 

Joseph B. Kincer 

Preston C. Day 

Edgar B. Calvert 



Benjamin C. Kadel. 
Charles F. Talman.. 
Franklin G. Tingle v 



William J. Humphieys 
.yfred J. Henry 



Benjamin F. Lareombe. 
Harry C. Frankenfield.. 



HerbertH. KimbaU. 
George M. Richards. 



Benjamin X. Blundon. 

S. Percy Minnick 

Floyd D. Young 



Regular Meteorological Field 
Stations 



Meteorologist in charge of aerological investi- 
gations. 

Meteorologist in charge of agricultinral mete- 
orology. 

Meteorologist in charge of climatological di- 
vision. 

Senior meteorologist in charge of forecast di- 
vision. 

Meteorologist in charge of instrument division.1 

.Associate librarian ' ..! 

Associate meteorologist in charge of marine 
division. 

Senior meteorologist in charge of meteorologi- , 
cal physics. j 

Senior meteorologist in charge of editorial ! 
work. 

Chief of printing division 

Senior meteorologist in charge of river and 
flood division. ' 

Meteorologist in charge of solar radiation in- ! 
vestigations. j 

Administrative officer in charge of stations 
and accounts division. 

Chief of supplies division 

Chief of telegraph division 

.\ssociate meteorologist in charge of fruit-frost 
investigations in the field, Los Angeles, 
Calif. 



N. Y. 
S. C. 
Md.. 

m..... 



Pa... 
Md.. 
Ind.-. 



Va. 
Pa. 



D.C.. 
Mo... 

N. H.. 

Md... 

Mass. 
Md... 
Oieg.. 



28th. 
2d... 

6th.. 

1st.. 

17th. 
5th.. 
11th. 

7th.. 

28th. 



Harry E. .\dams Junior meteoiologist. Hartford, Conn.. 

Henry P. .^.dams .\ssistant meteorologist, Groesbeck, Tes 

WiUiam H. -\lexander Meteorologist. Columbus. Ohio 

Henry F. .\lps .\ssoc'iate meteorologist, Reno, Xev 

J. Cecil Alter -\ssociate meteorologist. Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Hermann J. .A.ndree Junior meteorologist. Red Bluff, Calif 

John H. .\rmington Meteorologist. Indianapolis, Ind.. 

.\lbert .\shenberger... .Assistant meteorologist, Mobile, Xla, 

Homej W. B;ill .Assistant meteorologist. Royal Center, Ind... 

William E. Barron .Assistant meteorologist, Cairo, EL. 

Edward -A.. Beals Associate meteorologist, Honolulu, Hawaii... 

William S Belden. -\ssistaut meteorologist, St. Joseph, Mo 

William Bell i Junior meteorologist. Roseburg. Oreg 

Walter J. Bennett .Associate meteorologist, Tampa, Fla 

Thomas .\. Blair.. Meteorologist, Lincoln, Nebr... 

Dean Blake .Vssistant meteorologist, San Diego. Calif 

George S. Bliss.. Meteorologist, Philadelphia, Pa 

MonteUo E. Blystone .Associate meteorologist, Huron, S. Dak 

Walter .. Bonnett .Assistant meteorologist, Fresno. Calif 

Edwara H. Bowie Senior meteorologist, San Francisco, Calif 

Harry B. Boyer .\ssistant meteorologist, Key West, Fla 

.Albert Brand -Assistant meteorologist, EvansviUe, Ind 

Frederick W. Brist -Associate meteorologist, Memphis, Tenn 

WUliain S. Brotzman .Associate meteorologist, Pittsburgh, Pa 

.Alexander G. Burns Junior meteorologist, Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. 

William G. Burns .Associate meteorologist, Norfolk. Va 

John W. BjTam Junior meteorologist, Concordia, Kans 

Ernest Carson. Junior meteorologist, Port .Ajthur. Tes. 

Isaac M. Cline Senior meteorologist. Xew Orleans, La 

Joseph L. Cline .A.ssistant meteorologist, Dallas, Tes. i 

Frank T. Cole -Assistant meteorologist, Due West. S. C ■ 

Harvey S. Cole... Associate meteorologist. Little Rock. -Ajk \ 

Frank H. Coleman -A.ssistant meteorologist, Scranton. Pa.. 

Herman T. CoUman.. Junior meteorologist. .Amarillo. Tes 

McLin S. Collom... Junior meteorologist. Lander. Wyo 

Norman B. Conger... ^leteorologist, Detroit. Mich 

Patrick Connor .Associate meteorologist, Kansas City, Mo 



11th. 

2d... 

6th.. 

16th. 
1st.. 
3d... 



$6,500 
5,200 
3,300 



3,800 

3,800 

3,800 

5,200 

3,800 
3,200 
3,000 

.i,200 

G,200 

2,700 
5,200 

•3,800 

3,000 

2,700 
2,700 
3,000 



Mass... 


8th.... 


1,860 


N. H... 


2d 


2,400 


Tex.... 


4th.... 


3,800 


Colo... 


2d 


3,000 


Ind 


10th... 


3,000 


Ohio... 


14th... 


1,920 


Ind.... 


13th... 


3,800 


Tex 


15th... 


2,500 


Ind.... 


13th... 


2,400 


Dl 


25th... 


2,400 


Oreg... 


3d 


3,600 


Kans... 


1st 


2,800 


Wash.. 


2d 


2,100 


Ohio... 


1st 


3,000 


Calif... 


llth... 


3,800 


Calif... 


nth... 


2,400 


Iowa... 


6th.... 


3,800 


.\riz.... 


AtL.. 


3,000 


Ind.... 


7th.... 


2,400 


Tex 


7th.... 


5,200 


Ga 


1st 


2,800 


N. J...- 


2d 


2,500 


Mich.- 


2d 


3,000 


Pa 


13th.-. 


3,000 


Mich-. 


2d 


2,100 


.Ariz 


-At L.. 


3,000 


Kans... 


5th-.. 


1,920 


Tex 


Sth-.- 


1,860 


Tex 


7th...- 


5,200 


Tex 


7th-... 


2,400 


Pa 


20th— 


•2,400 


Ohio... 


20th.-. 


3,000 


Mich.. 


6th.-.- 


2,400 


Ill 


22d..- 


2,200 


Mich.. 


2d 


1,920 


Mich... 


6th—. 


3,800 


Mo 


5th—- 


3.000 



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63 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



Weather Bureau— Continued 

Regular Meteorological Field 
S^a<;ons— Continued 

Claude C. Cooper 

Louis C. Cover-- - -- 

Howard B. Cowdrick 

Henry J. Cos. 

JohB Craig— 

James W. Cronk 

William S. Currier 

David Cuthbertson 

Richard B. Dailey 

Lawrence H. DaingerSeld 

Walcott L. Day 

Robert H. Dean 

Edward R. Demain 

Lee A. Denson 

William C. Devereaux 

Luther M. Dey 

Harvey B. Dick 

Cornelius J. Doherty— - 

Charles A. Donnel. 

Milton W. Dow 

Ray A. Dyke 

George W. Eddey 

Eben H Emery 

Eugene D. Emigh 

Cyrus H. Eshleman 

Edward A. Evans 

William H. Fallon.. 

Oliver L. Fassig 

Ernest L. Felton 

Edgar H. Fletcher 

Snowden D. Flora 

Merton L. Fuller 

William D. Fuller 

Charles C. Garrett 

Harry O. Geren 

Edwin B. Gittings, jr 

James H. Gordon _. 

Robert Q. Grant 

Richard W. Gray 

William H. Green 

Gershom K. Greening, jr 

George E. Grimes 

John Grover 

C. Dester Grunow 

Thomas E. Gmll. 

Carl E. Hadley 

Olin M. Hadley 

Cleve Hallenbeck 

Andrew M. Hamrick 

Erie L. Hardy 



F. Eugene Hartwell 

Montrose W. Hayes. -. 

John S. Hazen.. 

Henry B. Hersey 

Paul Hess... 

Hobert E. Heyer 

John E. Hissong 

Edward W. Holcomb.. 

Edgar C. Horton 

Martin R. Hovde 

Henry C. Howe 

James H. Jarboe 

Frank Jermin.. 

Harley N. Johnson 

Edward P. Jones. 

Harris A. Jones 

James Jones 

Alonzo A. Justice 

James L. Kendall 

Elgie M. Keyser 

Dennis S. Landis 

Edwin G. Larson 

William T. Lathrop 

59927— 25t- 



OVFICIAL TITLE AND" STATION" 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise iiidicated) 



Assistant meteorologist, Sandusky, Ohio 

Junior meteorologist, Tacoma, Wash 

Junior meteorologist, Houghton, Mich 

Senior meteorologist, Chicago, 111... 

Junior meteorologist, Palestine, Tex 

Assistant meteorologist, Shreveport, La 

.\ssistant meteorologist, Toledo, Ohio 

Meteorologist, Buffalo, X. Y 

Junior meteorologist, Hatteras, N. C 

Meteorologist, Houston. Tex 

Junior meteorologist, Atlantic City, N. J 

Junior meteorologist, Anniston, .-^la 

Assistant meteorologist, Harrisburg, Pa. 

.\ssociate meteorologist, Raleigh, N. C. 

Associate meteorologist, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Associate meteorologist, Rochester, N. Y 

.Assistant meteorologist, Pueblo, Colo 

Assistant meteorologist, Reading, Pa 

Meteorologist, Chicago, 111 

Junior meteorologist, Sandy Hook, N. J 

Meteorologist, New Orleans, La... 

Junior meteorologist. Block Island, R. I 

Meteorologist, Cleveland, Ohio 

Assistant meteorologist, Augusta, Ga 

Junior meteorologist, Ludington, Mich 

Associate meteorologist, Richmond, Va 

Junior meteorologist, Yankton, S. Dak.. 

Meteorologist, San Juan, P. R 

Assistant meteorologist, Grand Junction,Colo. 
Junior meteorologist, Yellowstone Park, Wye. 

Associate meteorologist, Topeka, Kans 

Junior meteorologist, Peoria, 111 

Junior meteorologist, Tajior, Tex 

Assistant meteorologist, Walla Walla, Wash. . 

Assistant meteorologist, Erie, Pa 

Associate meteorologist, Denver, Colo 

Junior meteorologist, Yuma, Ariz 

Associate meteorologist. Phoenix, .\riz 

Assistant meteorologist, ^liami, Fla 

Junior meteorologist, .\bileae, Tex 

-Assistant meteorologist. Sioux City, Iowa 

Junior meteorologist, Nantucket, Mass 

Junior meteorologist, Kalispell, Mont... 

Junior meteorologist, Valentine, Nebr 

Junior meteorologist, TilOes City, Mont 

Junior meteorologist, Keokuk, Iowa 

Junior meteorologist, Thomasville, Ga 

Assistant meteorologist, Roswell, N. Mex 

Assistant meteorologist, Davenport, Iowa 

Assistant meteorologist. Wagon Wheel Gap, 
Colo. 

-Assistant meteorologist, Burlington, Vt 

Meteorologist, St. Louis, Mo 

Junior meteorologist, Canton, N. Y 

Meteorologist, Los Angeles, Calif 

Assistant meteorologist, Wilmington, N. C... 
Junior meteorologist. Grand Haven, Mich... 
Junior meteorologist, San Luis Obispo, CaUf . 

Assistant meteorologist, Pensacola, Fla 

Junior meteorologist, Birmingham, Ala 

Junior meteorologist, Devils Lake, N. Dak... 
Associate meteorologist, Parkersburg, W. Va. 
Assistant meteorologist, San Antonio, Tex — 

-Assistant meteorologist, Alpena, Mich 

Junior meteorologist, Rapid City, S. Dak 

.Assistant meteorologist, Portland, Me 

Junior meteorologist, Elkins, W. Va 

Junior meteorologist, Eureka, Calif 

Junior meteorologist. Dodge City, Iowa 

Associate meteorologist, Louisville, Ky 

Assistant meteorologist, Spokane, Wash 

Assistant meteorologist, Fort Worth, Tex 

Junior meteorologist, Charles City, Iowa 

Associate meteorologist, Helena, Mont 




Ohio... 
Mo.-.. I 
Ohio... 

Ill 

Ohio... 
Mich... 
Ohio... 
N. Y... 
N. C... 

Tex 

R. I.... 

Ky 

Pa 

N. C... 
Minn.- 
N. Y... 

Del 

Pa 

Iowa... 
Mass... 
W. Va.. 

Tex 

N. Y... 
Kans... 
Md.... 

Va 

Mich... 
Md.... 
Mich... 
W.Va.. 
Ind.--. 
Iowa._. 
Calif... 
Calif... 
Ohio... 
Colo... 
Calif... 

Ky 

N. C... 
Tex.... 

HI 

Mass... 
Utah... 
Oreg... 
Ky..... 

HI 

Fla 

m. 

Tex 

N.Mex. 

Ohio... 
N.G... 
Mo.. . 

Ky 

S. Dak. 

Vt 

Pa 

S. Dak. 

Ga 

Minn . . 

N.Y... 

Wash.. 

Mich... 

Kans... 

Me.... 

Miss.. 

Tenn.. 

Tex... 

Ind... 

Ind... 

Ariz... 

Minn. 

Ky.... 



21St.. 

1st.-. 
5th... 
1st... 
1st... 
6th... 
9th... 
nth.. 
1st... 
10th.. 
1st... 
1st... 
2d.... 
4th... 
10th.. 
32d... 
At L. 
1st... 
1st... 
9th... 
4th... 
17th.. 
11th.- 
7th... 
6th... 
8th.-. 
5th..- 
4th... 
7th... 
2d.... 
11th.. 
nth.. 
9th... 
nth.. 
12th.. 
2d..._ 
7th... 
1st... 
9th... 
14th.. 
25th.. 
16th.. 
2d.... 
3d.... 
ist... 
20th.. 
3d.... 
23d... 
10th.. 
AtL. 



.$2, 400 
2,200 
1,920 
5,200 
1,920 
2,400 
2,500 
3,800 
2,100 
3,800 
2,200 
2,200 
2,400 
3,000 
3,600 
3,000 
2,400 
2,400 
3,800 
2,200 
3,800 
2,100 
3,800 
2,400 
1,920 
3.400 
1,920 
4.200 
2,400 
2,100 
3,000 
2,400 
1,920 
2,400 
2,500 
3,000 
2. 100 
3,000 
2,400 
2, 200 
2,400 
2,100 
1,920 
1,920 
1,860 
1,920 
1,920 
2,400 
2,500 
2,500 



13th... 2,700 

6th.... 3,800 

! 7th.... 2,200 

I 5th.... 3,800 

I 1st I 2,400 

I 2d .... 1,920 

30th.. .i 2,100 

2d ' 2,400 

I 10th...' 2,200 

> 10th... 2,200 

nth... 3,000 

3d ... 2,400 

' nth... 2,400 

' 8th....' 1,920 

I 1st..-. 2,500 

I 3d 1,920 

I 10th...' 1,920 

12th... 2,100 

' 3d I 3,000 

; 12th... I 2,400 

AtL..I 2,400 

I 9th....! 2,200 

I 6th 3.00(1 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Weather Bureau— Continued 

Regular Meteorological Field 
Stations — Continued 



Gustave S. Lindgren 

Robert T. Lindley 

Charles S. Ling 

Charles W. Ling 

Charles E. Linney 

Julius G. Linsley. 

John E. Lockwood. 

George A. Loveland 

Joseph P. McAulifle 

Roy J. McClurg 

Patrick McDonough 

WilUam D. Maxwell 

Gerald C. Merchant 

Eric R. Miller 

Ross O. Miller 

George W. Mindling 

Alexander J. Mitchell 

Ralph C. Mize. 

Otto E. Moery 

Harold L. Molyneux 

John J. Murphy 

Fred Myers 

William W. Neifert 

John F. Newsom 

Esek S. Nichols 

Clinton E. Norquest 

Q. Harold Noyes.. 

Roscoe Nunn 

Aloysius E. Osborn 

Elbert A. Owen 

Henry R. Patrick 

Samuel P. Peterson 

Lewis M. Pindell 

George W. Pitman 

Arthur W. Pugh 

Ulysses G. Purssell 

Harry Raynes 

Charles D. Reed 

George Reeder 

Herbert W. Richardson- 
John A. Riley.- 

Orris W. Roberts -- 

Millard V. Robins 

Clarence J. Root - 

John N. Ryker 

John E. Sanders 

Morgan R. Sanford 

James H. Scarr 

William J. Schnurbusch. 

Stanley S. Schworm 

Dewey A. Seeley 

Robert M. Shaver - 

William A. Shaw , 

Julius M. Sherier 

Alphonso W. Shilling 

Truman G. Shipman 

J. Pemberton Slaughter. 



Patrick H. Smyth. -- 

James H. Spencer 

Harvey H. Spindler.. 
WilUam P. Stewart... 

Charles M. Strong 

Richard H. SuUivan.. 
Melvin B. Summers.. 

Leou G. Sutton 

William W. Talbott.. 

Ivan R. Tannehill 

Leonard M. Tarr 

Nathaniel R. Taylor.. 
Thomas R. Taylor.-.. 

Arthur R. Teeple 

Walter W. Thomas... 
Edwin C. Thompson. 



Associate meteorologist, Albany, N. Y 
Associate meteorologist, Vicksburg, Miss 

Assistant meteorologist, Drexel, Nebr. 

Junior meteorologist, Havre, Mont - 

Associate meteorologist, Santa Fe, N. Mex... 

Junior meteorologist, Oswego, N. Y.. 

Assistant meteorologist, Charleston, S. C 

Meteorologist, Boston, Mass 

Assistant meteorologist, Corpus Christi, Tex- 

Observer, Moorhead, Minn - 

Assistant meteorologist. Fort Wayne, Ind 

Junior meteorologist. Baker, Oreg 

Junior meteorologist, Greenville, S. C 

Associate meteorologist, Madison, Wis 

Junior meteorologist, Williston, N. Dak- 

Junior meteorologist, Winneniucea, Nev 

Meteorologist, Jacksonville, Fla - 

Associate meteorologist, Juneau, Alaska- 

Junior meteorologist, Terre Haute, Ind 

Junior meteorologist, Del Rio, Tex 

Junior meteorologist, Eastport, Me 

Junior meteorologist, Tatoosh Island, Wash.. 

Assistant meteorologist, Dayton, Ohio 

Assistant meteorologist, Cape Henry, Va 

Junior meteorologist, San Jose, Calif 

Associate meteorologist, Boise, Idaho 

Associate meteorologist, Trenton, N. J 

Associate meteorologist, Nashville, Tenn 

Junior meteorologist, Wausau, Wis 

Junior meteorologist, Pierre, S. Dak 

Assistant meteorologist, Marquette, Mich 

Assistant meteorologist, Wichita, Kans 

Assistant meteorologist, Chattanooga, Tenn.. 

Associate meteorologist, Cheyenne, Wyo 

Junior meteorologist, Modena, Utah 

Associate meteorologist, Minneapolis, Minn.. 

Junior meteorologist, Macon, Ga 

Meteorologist, Des Moines, Iowa 

Associate meteorologist, Columbia, Mo 

Associate meteorologist, Duluth, Minn._ 

Assistant meteorologist, Broken ."^rrow, Okla. 
Associate meteorologist, Bismarck, N. Dak... 

Associate meteorologist, Omaha, Nebr 

Associate meteorologist, Springfield, 111 

Assistant meteorologist, St. Paul, Minn 

Junior meteorologist, Apalachicola, Fla 

Associate meteorologist, Syracuse, N. Y 

Senior meteorologist. New York, N. Y 

Junior meteorologist, Brownsville, Tex 

Assistant meteorologist, Charlotte, N. C 

Associate meteorologist, Lansing, Mich 

Assistant meteorologist, El Paso, Tex 

Junior meteorologist, Northfield, Vt 

Senior meteorologist, Denver, Colo 

Junior meteorologist. North Platte, Nebi 

Assistant meteorologist, Fort Smith, Ark 

Associate meteorologist, Oklahoma City, 

Okla. 
Associate meteorologist, Montgomery, Ala... 

Associate meteoiologist, Baltimore, Md 

Assistant meteorologist, Escanaba, Mich 

Associate meteorologist, Milwaukee, Wis 

Assistant meteorologist, Savannah, Ga 

Associate meteorologist, Columbia, S C 

Meteorologist, Seattle, Wash 

Assistant meteorologist. Port Angeles, Wash. 

Assistant meteorologist, Springfield, Mo 

Assistant meteorologist, Galveston, Tex 

Associate meteorologist, New Haven, Conn.. 

Assistant meteorologist, Sacramento. Calif 

Junior meteorologist, Asheville, N. C 

Junior meteorologist, Pocatello, Idaho... 

Junior meteorologist, Lewiston, Idaho 

Junior meteorologist, LaCrosse, Wis 




N.Y.. 

Ind... 

Ohio-. 

Mont- 

111 

N.Y-.. 

Mass... 

Vt 

Miss.-. 
Oreg... 

Tex 

S. Dak. 
S. C...- 

Ariz 

Mo 

Ohio-.. 

-A-la 

CaUf-.. 
Ind.... 

Mo 

Tex.... 
Kans... 
Mass... 

Va 

Mont-. 
Ind.... 
Mass.-. 
N. C... 
lowa.-- 

Tex 

Mich-. 

Ill 

Tenn... 
Mo 

Tex 

Iowa... 
N.Y... 
Nebr... 

Tex 

Minn.. 
Ind.... 
lowa... 
S. Dak. 

Ill 

Minn.. 
Ohio... 
N. Y... 
CaUf.-- 

Mo 

N. Y.-. 

m 

Tex 

Vt 

Iowa... 
Iowa... 

Pa 

Colo... 



111 

Mich- 
Ohio... 

Mo 

Ohio... 
Ind.... 
Ohio... 
Iowa... 
Mo ... 
Ohio... 
Conn.- 
W. Va. 
Kans... 
Ohio... 
Calif... 
Ohio... 



18th... 

7th.... 

18th... 

2d 

21st ... 

32d.... 

5th-... 

2d 

8th..- 

2d 

7th.... 

3d 

3d 

At L.. 
4th_... 
15th... 

3d 

3d 

3d 

4th.... 
16th... 
8th.... 
16th... 

3d 

4th.... 
10th... 
6th...- 
4th-..- 

3d 

7th 

12th-- 
12th-- 

3d 

12th... 
8th...- 
11th-. 

3d 

2d 

12th... 
12th... 
12th-. 
9th-..- 

2d 

1st 

10th-. 
15th... 
37th... 

3d 

13th..- 
40th-.. 
16th... 
10th... 

2d 

2d 

7th.... 
16th..- 
3d 

25th-.. I 
8th... .j 
16th... I 
5th-...; 
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4th-... 
16th...! 

2d i 

7th....' 
17th.--: 

2d ; 

4th... .1 

2d ' 

14th... I 

1st ! 

13th... I 



' Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury. 



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65 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

rontinut'd 



Weather Bureau— Continued 

Regular Meteorological Field 
Stations— Continued 

William H. Tracy.. 



Samuel B. Trotter 

EUwood E. Unger 

Charles F. von Herrmann. 

Elisha C. Vose 

Bion L. Waldron 

Leslie A. Warren 

John R. Weeks 

Edward L. Wells 

Roy A. Wells 

Ralph C. West 

Bernard B. Whittier 

James I. Widmeyer 

H. Merrill Wills-- 

George H. Willson 

George N. WMlson 

Wilford M. Wilson 

Charles S. Wood 

Marsden W^right 

George B. Wurtz 

Will L. Wyland 



Bureau of Animal Industry 



John R. Mohler 

Charles C. CarroU.,. 

John R. Cohran 

Ernest C. Schroeder. 



Harry Goding... 
Dallas S. Burch. 



Scientific and Regulatory 
Divisions 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Assistant meteorologist, Grand Rapids, 
Mich. 

Junior meteorologist, Wytheville, Va 

Assistant meteorologist. Meridian, Miss 

Meteorologist, Atlanta, Ga 

Junior meteorologist. Concord, N. H _. 

Assistant meteorologist, Hannibal, Mo 

Assistant meteorologist, Ellendale, N. Dak-. 
Associate meteorologist, Binghamton, N. Y._ 

Meteorologist, Portland, Oreg 

Junior meteorologist, North Head, Wash 

Junior meteorologist, Port Huron, Mich 

Junior meteorologist, Green Bay, Wis 

Assistant meteorologist, Knoxville, Tenn 

Assistant meteorologist, Dubuque, Iowa 

Meteorologist, Pan Francisco, Calif 

Assistant meteorologist, Lynchburg, Va- 

Meteorologist, Ithaca, N. Y 

Assistant meteorologist. Providence, R. I 

Junior meteorologist, lola, Kans 

Assistant meteorologist, Lexington, Ky 

Junior meteorologist, Sheridan, Wyo 



Legal residence 
State I ^°°8. 



Mass.-. 16th... 



Tenn.. 
N. J.... 
N. C... 

Me 

Ohio... 
Mo.--. 
S. Dak. 
Idaho.. 
Idaho-. 
N.Y--. 
Idaho.. 



Chief 

Administrative officer. .- 

Senior administrative assistant 

Superintendent, e.xperiment station, 

thesda, Md. 

Senior administrative oflQcer 

Administrative officer in charge of editorial 

work. 



Be- 



Earl W. Sheets - Senior animal husbandman in charge of 

animal husbandry division. 

Marion Dorset Senior biochemist in charge of biochemie 

division. 

Arthur W. Miller Senior veterinarian in charge of field inspec- 
tion division. 

Ulysses G. Houck Senior veterinarian in charge, division of 

hog-cholera control, 

Rice P. Steddom Senior veterinarian in charge of meat inspec- 
tion division. 

John S. Buckley Senior pathologist in charge of pathological 

division. 

Robert A. Ramsay Senior veterinarian in charge of tick eradica- 
tion division. 

John A. Kiernan I Senior veterinarian in charge of tuberculosis 

eradication division. 

Don I. Skidmore __ Senior veterinarian in charge of division of 

virus-serum control. 

Maurice C. Hall _l Senior zoologist in charge of zoological divi- 

In charge of Meat Inspection j ^'°°' 
Field Stations 



Ernest H. Baumann ---I Associate veterinarian, 

Charles E. Schneider Assistant veterinarian, 

George W. Famous- Assistant veterinarian, 

James Johnston .-, ' Assistant veterinarian, 

Henry J. Boyer i Assistant veterinarian, 

Frank E. Haworth-- Assistant veterinarian, 

Herbert Bryan.-- Assistant veterinarian, 

Pleasant J. Huflman, jr ' Assistant veterinarian, 

Guy T. Cole.-- i Assistant veterinarian, 

Louis K. Green --. Assistant veterinarian, 

James E. Lovejoy. .\ssistant veterinarian, 

Edwin W. Barthold ' Assistant veterinarian, 

Horace A. Hedrick ; Associate veterinarian, 

Willis H. Meadors. : Assistant veterinarian, 

Andrew J. Creely | Assistant veterinarian. 

James F. Ryder Associate veterinarian, 

Fred Hem . Principal lay inspector, 



Albany, N. Y 

Albert Lea, Minn 

AUentown, Pa 

Alton, 111. 

Anderson, Ind 

Arkansas City, Kans. 

Asheville, N. C 

Athens, Ohio 

Atlanta, Ga.. 

Auburn, Me 

Augusta, Ga 

Austin, Minn.-- 

Bartimore, Md- 

Birmingham, Ala 

Boise, Idaho 

Boston, Mass.- 

Bridgeport, Conn 



Ind-.-. 
Calif... 
Ohio--. 
Wis.--. 
Conn-. 
Tex.--. 
Mich... 
Okla.-. 



Pa 

Ohio-.. 
Ky— -. 
Md-.-. 



Mass... 
Wis.... 



W.Va 
Pa--- 
Mo. .- 
Pa---- 

111 

Md--- 
Mo--. 
N.J... 
Ohio- 
Colo... 



N.J... 
Nebr-. 

Pa 

Mo.... 
Ind-.-. 
Ind--.. 
N. C-.. 
Mo.... 
Ohio... 

Pa 

N. J.... 
Ind.... 
Md.... 

Mo 

Calif-.. 
N. Y... 
Iowa... 



2d... 
2d... 
4th.. 
4th.. 
12th. 
5th-. 
1st.. 
2d... 
2d.-. 
29th. 
2d... 
9th.. 
5th.. 
4th.- 
18th. 
4th.. 
2d-.. 
7th.. 

nth. 

8th.. 



1st-... 
18th.-. 
6th-.. 
2d 



12th-. 
4th--. 



3d— 

4th.. 

5th..-. 

7th... 

15th.. 

2d..-. 

9th..- 

6th... 

7th.- 

3d—. 



6th... 

2d—. 

7th... 

4th-. 

3d-... 

7th-.. 

3d—- 

5th-- 

13th - 

6th.. 

10th __ 

12th.- 

2d 

5th-.. 
4th.... 

1st 

6th—. 



Com- 
pensa- 



$2, 400 

1,860 
2,400 
3,800 
2,200 
2,400 
2,400 
3,000 
3,800 
2,100 
1,920 
2,200 
2,400 
2,400 
3,800 
2,400 
3,800 
2,400 
2,100 
2,400 
2,100 



6,500 
4,000 
3,100 
5,600 

3,400 
3,500 



5,200 
5,600 
5,200 
5,200 
5,200 
5,200 
5,200 
5,200 
5,200 
5,200 



3,000 
2,800 
2,800 
2,600 
2,620 
l',780 
,520 
,800 
,920 
2,620 
2,800 
2,900 
3,000 
2,700 
2,700 
3,500 
2,100 



66 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



Bureau of Animal Industry- 
Continued 

In charge of Meat Inspection 
Field Sioiions— Continued 

J. Bryan Hill 

Albert Long 

Bernhard P. Wende 

Albert E. Evans. 

James R. Brown 

Adolph M. Casper 

Jacob Vogel... 

Frank Et. Collins 

Wesley N. Neil 

Clarence T.N. Marsh 

Frank Jelen 

Harrison H. George 

Ora W. Everly 

John C. Shafer 

Peter A. Franzman 

Winson O. Trone 

Charles F. Payne.. 

Charles W. Deming. 

Edward P. Schaffter 

Harry H. Dell... 

Chester Miller 

William Fotheringham 

Thomas A. Bray. 

Emmctt P. Barnhart _.. 

MDes Leroy Davenport 

William B. Nichols 

Joshua Miller 

John S. Grove.-- 

Charles Corson 

William F. Osborn 

Joseph H. Kitzhofer 

Frederick E . Jentoft 

William A. Donegan 

Samuel M. Page 

Willism C. Siegmund 

William E. Jennings 

Harry Q. Thompson 

Bert L. McCaslin 

Robert H. Nutt 

Charles F. Palmer 

George W. Butler... 

Emn J. Noll 

Elmer F. Haven 

Jefferson Robinson.. 

Thomas J. Eean 

James Fleming 

Hugh C. Kershner 



OFFICI.^^L TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Thomas W. Carnachan.. 

Samuel A. King. 

Charles H. Herrold 

Edward Norton Tierney. 

Frank G. Miller.. 

Charles H. Deisel 

George T. Irons 

John B. Johnson 

Robert R. Newman 

Lewis A.TLicking 

Walter F. Quigley.. 

Frank E. Theobald 

Clarence L. Elliott 

Charles L. E. Kerr 

Oren A. Christianson 

Albert E. Behnke 

Carroll P. Hart.. 

Smith V. Ewers 

John R. Aufente 

Edward F. Cary 

William K. McConnell.. 

Joseph S. Jenison.. 

Gustave A. Kay 

Alfred F. Martins 

Stephen A. Selby. 

Alvin F. Staub 

Duncan R. Gillies 



Assistant veterinarian, Bristol, Va 

Associate veterinarian, Brooklyn, N. Y i 

Veterinarian, Buffalo, N. Y I 

Assistant veterinarian, Butte, Mont [ 

Assistant veterinarian, Cairo, 111 

Assistant veterinarian, Cedar Rapids, Iowa.. 

Principal lay inspector, Charlotte, N. C i 

Assistant veterinarian, Chattanooga, Tenn... 

Veterinarian, Chicago, 111 

Associate chemist, Chicago, 111 

Associate veterinarian, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Associate veterinarian, Cleveland, Ohio 

Assistant veterinarian, Columbus, Ohio 

Principal lay inspector, Cumberland, Md 

Assistant veterinarian, Davenport, Iowa i 

Associate veterinarian, Dayton, Ohio 

Associate veterinarian, Denver, Colo 

Assistant veterinarian, Des Moines, Iowa 

Associate veterinarian, Detroit, Mich.. ; 

Assistant veterinarian, Dubuque, Iowa i 

Assistant veterinarian, Duluth, Minn i 

Assistant veterinarian, Eau Claire, Wis ' 

Assistant veterinarian. El Paso, Tex. [ 

Assistant veterinarian, Erie, Pa | 

Assistant veterinarian, Fergus Falls, Minn...i 

Principal lay inspector, Fort Smith, Ark 

Assistant veterinarian, Fort Wayne, Ind j 

Associate veterinarian. Fort Worth, Tex 

Assistant veterinarian, Frankfort, Ind I 

Assistant veterinarian, Frederick, Md i 

Assistant veterinarian, Grand Forks, N. Dak.' 

Senior lay inspector, Greenville. S. C 

Principal laj' inspector. Green Bay, Wis 

Assistant veterinarian, Hallstead, Pa..- j 

Assistant veterinarian, Harrisburg, Pa j 

Principal lay inspector, Hartford, Conn 

Assistant veterinarian, Haverhill, Mass 

Principal lay inspector, Helena, Ark 

Assistant veterinarian, Henderson, Ky 

Assistant veterinarian, Houston, Tex 

Associate veterinarian, Indianapolis, Ind 

Principal lay inspector, Ironwood, Mich 

Assistant veterinarian, Jacksonville, Fla 

Assistant veterinarian, Jacksonville, 111 

Associate veterinarian. Jersey City, N. J i 

Veterinarian, Kansas City, Kans ! 

Associate laboratory inspector, Kansas City, | 
Kans. 

Assistant veterinarian, Keene, N. H 

Assistant veterinarian, Knoxville, Tenn 

Assistant veterinarian, Lafayette, Ind 

Assistant veterinarian, Leavenworth, Kans.. 

Assistant veterinarian, Lewiston, Idaho 

Assistant veterinarian, Logansport, Ind 

Associate veterinarian, Los Angeles, Calif 

Associate veterinarian, Louisville, Ky ^ 

Assistant veterinarian, Madison, Ind.. .. 

Assistant veterinarian, Madison, Wis 

Principal lay inspector, Manchester, N. H... 

Assistant veterinarian, Marion, Ohio ' 

Assistant veterinarian, Mason City, Iowa 

Assistant veterinarian, Memphis, Tenn 

Assistant veterinarian, Menominee, Mich 

Associate veterinarian, Milwaukee, Wis 

Assistant veterinarian, Morristown, Tenn 

.\ssistant veterinarian, Moscow, Idaho 

Assistant veterinarian, Moultrie, Ga 

Assistant veterinarian, Nashville, Tenn 

Assistant veterinarian, Natchez, Miss .. 

Veterinarian, National Stock Yards, 111 

Assistant veterinarian, Nebraska City, Nebr. 

Associate veterinarian, Newark, N. J 1 

Assistant veterinarian, New Haven, Conn — i 

Associate veterinarian, New Orleans, La i 

Veterinarian, New York, N. Y 1 



N. Y._ 
Me--.. 
N. Y.. 

Ill 

Ohio.. 
Wis... 
Tex... 
Mass.. 

Ill 

Ohio.. 
Mo.... 
Ind... 
Ohio.. 
Ohio.. 
Ohio.. 
Ohio.. 
Ohio.- 
lowa.. 
Ohio.. 
Ind... 
Iowa.. 

Ill 

Mo... 
Ohio.. 
N. Y.. 
Kans.. 
Iowa.. 
Ohio.. 
Mich.. 
Kans.- 
Minn. 

Ill 

111 

N. H.. 

Ill 

Conn. . 
Me...- 
Kans.. 
Ohio-. 
Ohio.. 
Ohio.. 
Wis... 
Mo. - . 
Kans.- 

Pa 

Nebr.. 
N. Y.. 

Iowa. . 
D. C. 

Ill 

Ky.... 
Iowa.. 
Ohio.. 
Mich.. 

ni 

Mo... 
Ind... 
Mass.. 
Ohio-- 
lowa.. 
Ohio . 
Wis-.- 
Minn- 
Ohio-- 
Mo..- 
D. C. 
Mo..- 
Mo. - - 
N. Y.. 
Iowa.. 
N. Y.. 
Md... 
N. Y.. 
Ill 



33d- 
2d... 
40th. 
6th.- 
2d... 
4th.- 
8th.. 
2d-.. 
19th. 
2d... 
2d... 
9th.. 
16th- 
7th.. 
2d— 
6th.. 
12th. 
7th.. 
16th. 
6th.. 
6th.. 
13th. 
.5th-. 
12th. 
30th. 
2d... 
6th.. 
19th. 
4th-. 
2d... 
4th.. 
1st... 
2d... 
1st.. 
1st.. 
1st.. 
1st.. 
2d-. 
12th. 
16th. 
nth. 
9th.. 
5th.. 
5th.. 
4th.. 
2d.-. 
35th. 

5th.- 



11th- 
5th.. 
11th. 
2d.„ 
9th.. 
2d..- 
4th„ 
4th- 
8th- 
2d... 
nth. 
1st.. 
9th- 
2d.- 
12th. 
5th-. 



5th.. 
5th-. 
43d-. 
9th- 
25th. 
6th.. 
40th. 
4th.. 



$2,500 
3,000 
3,800 
2,690 
2,600 
2,900 
2,400 
2,700 
4,000 
3,300 
3,300 
3,500 
2,800 
2,100 
2,700 
3,000 
3,000 
2,800 
3,300 
2,700 
2,700 
2,600 
2,800 
2,760 
2,700 
2,100 
2,700 
3,300 
2,500 
2,560 
2,600 
2,100 
2,340 
2,500 
2,800 
2,100 
2,600 
2,100 
2,600 
2,800 
3,300 
2,100 
2,800 
2,020 
3,300 
3,800 
3,000 

2,400 
2,600 
2,700 
2,760 
2,500 
2,600 
3,000 
3,000 
2,620 
2,800 
2,100 
2,800 
2,800 
2,800 
2,800 
3,300 
2,700 
2,500 
2,700 
2,900 
2,720 
3,800 
2,800 
3,000 
2,700 
3,000 
3,800 



Official Register of the Uyiited States, 1925 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



67 



Bureau of Animal Industry — 

Continued 

In charge of Meat Inspection 
Field Stations—Continued 

Walter F. Sehroeder 

John M. Harris 

WDliam D. Wright 

Jens Madsen 

Herman Busman 

Edward A. Boyer... 

Frisbie T. Suit 

Arcliibald McBride 

Albert N. Hughes 

Thomas Castor -. 

William K. Howard 

Charles J. Millen 

Arthur N. Smith 

Melanchton O . Anderson 

George H. WooUolk: 

Herbert M. Smith 

Benjamin F. Oooch. 

C. Otto Wagoner 

Henry Marshall 

Thomas B. Pote.. 

Charles H. Swanger 

Edgar P. Durham 

Joel E. Cloud 

Harry C. Ingraham 

Hazen H. Hicks 

Clarence L. Norris 

Levi Bryant 

Clarence T. Snyder 

Trajan A. Shipley. - 

Elvan S. Dickey 

Robert W. Culbert 

George E. Totten... 

Edward D. Kennedy 

Henry E. Brown 

James S. Kelly 

Lineus H. Allen 

Harlow G. Potter-.. 

S. W. Burt 

Francis S. Bingham 

John H. Byerley 

Philip F. R. Meyer. 

Carl A. Johnston 

Harry K. Walter.. 

-Albert H. Carpenter 



James E. Shelton 

Bernhard J. Stockier. 
Frank D. Ketchum.. 

George E. Repp 

Harry L. Shaffer 

Lee j\.. Wilson. 

Milton T. Perry 

Burr Allen 

William O. McHugh. 



UFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Associate chemist, New York, N. Y 

Principal lay inspector, Norfolk, Va 

Assistant veterinarian, Ogden, Utah 

Associate veterinarian, Oklahoma City, Okla. 

! Veterinarian, Omaha, Nebr. 

j Associate chemist, Omaha, Nebr 

.Associate veterinarian, Ottumwa, Iowa 

Assistant veterinarian, Paterson, N. J 

Assistant veterinarian, Peoria, 111. 

Associate veterinarian, Philadelpliia, Pa 

-\ssistant veterinarian, Pittsburg, Kans 

-\ssistant veterinarian, Pittsburgh, Pa 

Assistant veterinarian, Portland, Me 

Associate veterinarian, Portland, Oreg 

Assistant veterinarian, Pottsville, Pa 

Associate veterinarian, Providence, R. I 

Assistant veterinarian, Pueblo, Colo 

Assistant veterinarian, Richmond, Ind 

Associate veterinarian, Richmond, Va 

Associate veterinarian, St. Louis, Mo 

.Associate chemist, St. Louis, Mo. 

-Assistant veterinarian, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Assistant veterinarian, San Diego, CaUf. 

.^.ssistant veterinarian, Sandpoint, Idaho 

Associate veterinarian, San Francisco, Calif.. 

Associate veterinarian, Seattle, Wash 

Principal lay inspector, Shreveport, La 

Assistant veterinarian, Sidney, Ohio 

-\ssociate veterinarian, Sioux City, Iowa 

Associate veterinarian, Sioux Falls, S. Dak... 

Associate veterinarian, South St. Joseph, Mo. 

Veterinarian, South St. Paul, Minn 

Associate veterinarian, Spokane, Wash 

Assistant veterinarian, Springfield, Mass 

Assistant veterinarian, Tacoma, Wash 

Assistant veterinarian, Terre Haute, Ind 

Principal lay inspector, Texarkana, Tex 

-Assistant veterinarian, Toledo, Ohio 

.Assistant veterinarian, Topeka, Kans.. 

Assistant veterinarian. Union City, Term 

Assistant veterinarian, Vicksburg," Miss 

Assistant veterinarian, Walla Walla, Wash... 

Associate veterinarian, Washington, D. C 

Principal lay inspector, Washington Court- 
house, Ohio. 

Assistant veterinarian, Waterloo, Iowa 

Assistant veterinarian. Wheeling, W. Va 

-Associate veterinarian, Wichita, Kans 

Assistant veterinarian, Wilmington, Del 

Principal lay inspector, Wilmington, N. C 

Assistant veterinarian, Winona, Minn 

Assistant veterinarian, Worcester, Mass 

Assistant veterinarian, Yakima, Wash 

Assistant veterinarian, Zanesville. Ohio. 



Legal residence 



State 



Pa.... 
Ohio.. 
Iowa.. 
Iowa.. 
Mich.. 
Mich.. 
Iowa.. 

Ill 

HI 

Pa--.. 
Nebr.- 
N.Y-- 
Pa.... 
Mich.. 
Ky— - 
Ky.... 
Mo--- 
Ohio.. 
Del--. 
Ind... 
Mich.. 
Term.. 
Ind... 
Mo... 

Dl 

Nebr.- 
Kans.. 
Mo--- 
lowa.. 
Mo-.. 



In charge of Animal Husbandry 
Field Stations 

Benjamin F. Brandon Associate animal husbandman, Beltsville, 

Md. 
William A. Denecke Associate animal husbandman, Dubois, 

Idaho. 

J. R. Quesenberry i Agent in animal husbandry, Jeanerette, La.. 

Earl B. Krantz -Assistant animal husbandman, Laramie, 

Wyo. 
R. H. Tuckwiller i Agent in animal husbandry, Lewisburg. 

W. Va. 
Smith W. Greene .Associate animal husbandman, McNeOl, 

Miss. 
Herbert H. Reese... Associate animal husbandman, Middlebury, 

Vt. 



Ill 

Okla- 
Mass-. 

Ill 

Ind.-- 
Mo--- 

111 

Kans.- 
Ky.— 
Ohio.. 
Ohio.- 
Pa.-- 
Minn. 

Mo--. 
Ohio.- 

111 

Iowa-. 
Pa--.. 
Minn- 
Mass— 
Md--. 
Ohio.. 



Cong, 
dist. 



9th„. 
7th„. 
2d-.. 
4th... 
oth-.. 
6th... 
1st... 
2d.... 
10th.. 
6th... 
3d.... 
34 th.. 
1st... 
12th.. 
4th... 
Sth... 
2d.... 
14th.. 
AtL. 
5th... 
6th... 
9th.-. 
7th.-. 
Sth... 
1st... 
2d.„. 
2d— - 
7th— 
3d.— 
5th— 
12th.. 
3d.— 
5th... 
3d— 
21st-. 
10th.. 
4th— 
Ist... 
2d.... 
1st-.. 
2d— . 
16th.. 
Sth... 
3d...- 

4th... 
12th.. 
13th.. 
3d.— 
20th.. 
10th.. 
4th... 
5th— 
9th— 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Ind j 9th—. 

Idaho. -1 2d 



Iowa-. 
Wash- 



7th... 
4th... 



W. Va.l 6th... 

Ind 2d-.- 

Ind 6th-.- 



$3,000 
2,300 
2,800 
3,000 
3,800 
3,300 
3,000 
3,140 
2,800 
3,300 
2,650 
3,000 
2,700 
3,200 
2,800 
3,000 
2,700 
2,590 
3,000 
3,300 
3,200 
2,700 
2,700 
2,500 
3,000 
3,300 
2, leo 
2,800 
3,300 
3,000 
3,800 
3,800 
3,000 
2,900 
2,960 
2,700 
2,190 
2,600 
2,700 
2,590 
2,590 
2,500 
3,000 
2,100 

2,900 
3,300 
3,000 
2,980 
2,220 
2,760 
2,900 
2,560 
2,760 



3,400 

3,000 

3,200 
2,900 

2,700 

3.000 

3,100 



68 



Official Register of the United States, 1926 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



Barean of Animal Industry — 

Continued 

In charge of Hog-cholera Field 
Stations 

William B. Niles 

Arden L. Hirleman 

John B. HoUenbeck 

Ira K. Atherton... 

WUliam F. Biles.. 

Balph Graham.. 

Alonzo H. Francis. 

Hugh L. Fry 

John T. Purcell.. 

Howard C. Wilson 

Thomas M. Owen 

James McDonald 



Jn charge of Field Inspection 
Stations 

Frederick L. Schneider 

Elwin T. Davison 

Roger D. Hyde 

James W. Harner 

John T. Dallas 

Walter E. Howe 

Thomas A. Bray 

James W. Murdocb 

Isaac H. Kaufman 

Henry S. Weber 

Richard W. Tuck 

Severin O. Fladness... 

John E. Spindler 

Albert E. Rishel 

Clarence O. Benson 

James C. Exline 

Charles H. Canfleld 

Lynnford C. Butterfleld 

Daniel G. Shumway 

Rudolph Snyder 

Frank E. Murray 

William Thompson 

In charge of Branch Pathological 
Laboratories 

L. Enos Day. , 

George BjTon Morse 

George W. Stiles, jr..'... 



In charge of Tick Eradication 
Field Stations 

Charles J. Becker.. 

Roy E. Jackson 

Wdter K. Lewis 

Leslie J. Allen 

Wilbur McPherson. 



Associate veterinarian, Ames, Iowa j Iowa- 
Associate veterinarian, Atlanta, Ga 

Assistant veterinarian, Bismarck, N. Dak 

Associate veterinarian. College Park, Md 

Associate veterinarian, Frankfort, Ky 

Veterinary inspector, Jefferson, City Mo 

Assistant veterinarian, Lincoln, Nebr 

Assistant veterinarian. Little Rock, Ark 

Assistant veterinarian, Madison, Wis 

Assistant veterinarian, Montgomery, Ala j Mo. 

Assistant veterinarian, Norfolk, Va Md. 

Assistant veterinarian, Springfield, HI. III... 



Veterinarian, Albuquerque, N. Mex 

Associate veterinarian, Athenia, N. J 

Assistant veterinarian, Calais, Me 

Assistant veterinarian, Canaan, Vt 

Assistant veterinarian, Cheyenne, Wyo 

Associate veterinarian, Denver, Colo 

Assistant veterinarian. El Paso, Tex 

Associate veterinarian, Helena, Mont 

Assistant veterinarian, Houlton, Md 

Assistant veterinarian, Lancaster, Pa 

Veterinarian, London, England 

Veterinarian, Mexico City, Mexico. 

Assistant veterinarian, Newport, Vt 

Associate veterinarian, New York, N. Y 

Assistant veterinarian, Ogdensburg, N. Y 

Associate veterinarian, Olympia, Wash 

Assistant veterinarian, Port Huron, Mich 

Associate veterinarian, Reno, Nev 

Assistant veterinarian. Rouses Point, N. Y.. 

Associate veterinarian, Sacramento, Calif 

Associate veterinarian, Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Assistant veterinarian, San Antonio, Tex 



Associate veterinarian, Chicago, 111 j Mo.. 

Assistant bacteriologist, Omaha, Nebr | Ohio. 

Associate bacteriologist, Denver, Colo. .1 Okla. 



Associate veterinarian. Baton Rouge, La. 
Associate veterinarian, Birmingham, Ala. 

Veterinary inspector, Columbia, S. C 

Veterinarian, Fort Worth, Tex 

Associate veterinarian, Jackson, Miss. 



Sim J. Home Associate veterinarian, Jacksonville, Fla. 



William A. McDonald. 

Harry Grafke 

Hartwell Robbins. 



Associate veterinarian, Little Rock, Ark. 
Associate veterinarian, Oklahoma City, Okla. 
Associate veterinarian, Washington, N. C — 



In charge of Tuberculosis Eradi- 
cation Field Stations 

John B. Reidy 

Thomas A. Ladson 

Walter A. Sullivan 

Edgar A. Crossman.. 

Howard M. Newton 

John J. Lintner 

Albert J. DeFossett 

John A. Barger 

Patrick E. Quinn 

Robert L. Smith 

Jonathan E. Gibson 

James S. Healy 

• Salary cooperative with State 



Associate veterinarian, Augusta, Me.. 

Associate veterinarian, Baltimore, Md 

Assistant veterinarian, Boise, Idaho 

Associate veterinarian, Boston, Mass 

Assistant veterinarian, Charleston, W. Va. 

Veterinarian, Chicago, 111 

Associate veterinarian, Columbus, Ohio — 

Veterinarian, Des Moines, Iowa 

Associate veterinarian, Harrishurg, Pa 

Associate veterinarian, Hartford, Conn 

Associate veterinarian, Indianapolis, Ind... 
Veterinarian, Madison, Wis. 



5th. 
4th. 
5th. 




3,800 
3,100 
2,500 
2,400 
2,900 
3,000 
2,800 
3,000 
2,600 
2,600 
3,800 
3,800 
2,500 
3,000 
2,500 
3,000 
2,500 
3,000 
2,500 
3,300 
3,300 
2,900 



3,300 
2,900 
3,000 



3,000 
3,300 
2 1,870 
2 3,800 
3,000 
3, 000 
3,000 
3,300 
3,000 



N. Y... 40th. 
D. C. 

Ill 1st.. 

Mass... 13th. 
Ohio... 11th- 

111 nth. 

Ohio... 12th. 
Nebr... 4th-. 

Ind 7th.. 

Nebr... 6th- 

Ind I 9th- 

111 I 10th. 



agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury. 



Official Register of the United States, 1926 



69 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Bureau of Animal Industry- 
Continued 

In charge of Tuberculosis Eradi- 
cation Field Stations— Con. 



Lionel 11. Adams 

Hugh Max O'Rear 

J. Oscar Wilson 

Samuel B. Foster 

Walter C. Dendinger.. 

Warren J. Fretz-.. 

James G. Fish 

Norris L. Townsend... 
William G. Middleton. 



Associate 
Assistant 
Associate 
Associate 
Associate 
Veterinar 
Assistant 
Associate 
Assistant 



veterinarian, 
veterinarian, 
veterinarian, 
veterinarian, 
veterinarian, 
ian, St. Paul, 
veterinarian, 
veterinarian, 
veterinarian, 



Montpelier, Vt.. 
Nashville, Tenn. 
Pierre, S. Dak... 
Portland, Oreg.. 
Raleigh, N. C... 

Minn 

Tallahassee, Fla. 
Topekn, Kans.._ 
Trenton, N. J... 



In charge of Virus-serum Con- 
trol Field Stations 

Charles A. Klein 

Walter J. Stewart 

Earl H. Carter 

Jesse W. Joss 

De Lois Q. Tepfer 

Edward T. Marsh. 

John D. Stillwell _. 

Fern A. Imler 

E. Albert Meyer 

Howard H. Day 

Ernest E. Lollar 

John P. O'Leary 

Joseph S. Clark 

Leslie B. Vermillion 

Charles B. Clement 

James F. Park 

Fred N. Elwell 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Assistant veterinarian, A Ibany, Ga 

Associate veterinarian, Berkeley, Calif.. 

Assistant veterinarian, Denver, Colo 

Associate veterinarian. East St. Louis, HI 

Assistant veterinarian. Fort Dodge, Iowa 

Assistant veterinarian, Fort Worth, Tex 

Associate veterinarian, Indianapolis, Ind 

Veterinarian, Kansas City, Kans 

Assistant veterinarian, Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Associate veterinarian, Omaha, Nebr 

Assistant veterinarian, Ottumwa, Iowa 

Associate veterinarian, Pearl River, N. Y 

Assistant veterinarian, St. Joseph Mo 

Associate veterinarian, Sioux Citj-, Iowa. _ 

Assistant veterinarian, Topeka, Kans 

Assistant veterinarian, West Plains, Mo.. 
Associate veterinarian, Wichita, Kans 



In charge of Branch Zoological 
Laboratories 

Marion Imes 

Hayes B. Raffensperger 

Erasmus M. Nighbert 

Cooper Curtice 



Veterinarian, Kansas City, Kans 

Assistant veterinarian, Chicago, 111 

Assistant veterinarian, Queen City, Mo. 
Assistant veterinarian, Vienna, Va 



Bureau of Dairying 

Carl W. Larson ^ Chiei 

John M. Kemper, jr Administrative assistant 

Karl E. Parks Associate dairy engineer 

Scientific Divisions 

Lore A. Rogers Senior bacteriologist in charge of dairy re- 
search laboratories. 
Roy R. Graves I Specialist in charge of dairy cattle breeding 

I investigations. 
Ernest Kelly I Market milk specialist in charge of market 

I milk investigations. 

John H. McClain ! Dairy husbandman in charge of dairy pro- 

Field Stations I duction, manufacture, and utilization. 

Howard C. Jackson Associate dairy manufacturing specialist, 

Grove City, Pa. 

Thompson E. Woodward Dairy husbandman, Beltsville, Md 

James E. Dorman Dairy husbandman. Salt Lake City, Utah 

Bureau of Plant Industry 

William A. Taylor Chief 

Karl F. Kellerman ..i Associate chief ^ 

Henry E. Allanson Assistant to the chief 

.Fulius E. Rockwell Assistant in charge of publications 

Jessie M. .\llen Librarian 



Mass. 
Ind... 
Ohio.. 
Oreg.. 
Mo... 
Pa.--. 

Ill 

N. J- 
Mass. 



Ohio-. 

Md... 
Ohio.. 
Kans.. 
Kans.. 
Mo... 
Iowa.. 
Ohio.. 
Colo.. 
Ohio.. 
Ind... 
Mass.. 
N.Y_. 

Ill 

Ill 

Ala... 
Iowa. . 



14th. 
5th.. 
12th. 
3d... 
4th-. 
8th.- 
4th.. 
2d... 
11th. 



2d... 

4th.. 
9th.. 
1st.. 
5th.. 
6th.. 
nth. 
12th. 
2d... 
1st.. 
7th.. 
)Oth. 
I'Sd.. 
19th. 
2d... 
8th.. 
7th.. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



N.H. 

Pa... 

HI.... 

N.Y. 



1st... 
17th. 
20th. 
36th. 



N.Y... 19th. 

Ky 6th.. 

Mass... 8th.. 



N.Y...! 36th. 
Oreg... 1st.. 



N.J.... 

S.C... 

t 

N.Y.. 

Mo... 
HI 



Scientific Dimsions 

Xathan A. Cobb Senior nematologist in charge, oflace of agri- Mass... 

cultural technology. 
Thomas H. Kearney Senior physiologist in charge, office of alkali N.Y... 11th.. 

and drought resistant plant investigations. 

2 Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury. 
' Also acting in charge, office of soil bacteriology investigations. 



Mich. 
Ohio. 

N.Y.. 
Ga.... 
Kans. 



7th„. 
4th... 

37th.. 

8th... 
nth.. 



4th.- 
12th- 
37th. 
5th.. 
8th.. 



$3, 000 
2,800 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,800 
2,800 
3,000 
2,900 



2,500 
3,000 
2,800 
3,000 
2,800 
2,600 
3,300 
3,800 
•.?, 500 
3.000 
2, 800 
3,000 
2,700 
3,000 
2,700 
2,500 
3,000 



3,800 
2,900 
2,900 
3,000 



6,000 
3,200 
3,400 



5,400 
4,600 
4,000 
3,800 

23,000 

4,200 
3,800 



6,500 
G,000 
4,400 
3,000 
2,400 



5,200 
5,200 



70 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION Legal residence 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 

otherwise indicated) I State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Bureau of Plant Industry — 

Continued 

Scientific Divisions— Contd. 

Earl C. Butterfield 

GuyN Collins 

Samuel B. Detwiler 

Frederick V. Coville 

Carleton R. Ball --. 

Howard A. Edson 

Orator F. Cook 

Walter T. Swingle 

Warner W. Stockberger < 

E. Channing Chilcott. 

J. Wise Byrnes.- 

Lyster H. Dewey. 

Charles V. Piper 

Russell A. Oakley.- 

David Fairchild 

Haven Metcalf 

Merton B. Waite 

Lee C. Corbett 

Erwin F. Smith 

Homer L. Shantz 

Cornelius L. Shear 

Edgar Brown 

Karl F. Kellerman 

Oswald Schreiner. 

Elmer W. Brandes. 

Wightman W. Garner 

Carl S. Scofield !.... 

Field Headquarters 



(o) District Supervisors in Blister 
Rust Control 

Edmund C. FUler 

Stephen N. Wyckofl... 



(6) Group Leaders in Dry Land 
Agriculture 

John M. Stephens.- 

EUery F. Chilcott 

Forest Service 



William B. Greeley.. 
Edward A. Sherman- 
Hamilton I. Loving.. 



Horticulturist and superintendent in charge, 
Arlington experiment, farm Rosslyn, Va. 

Seniorbotanistincharge, office of biophysical 
investigations. 

Senior pathologist in charge, office of blister 
rust control. 

Senior botanist in charge, office of economic 
and systematic botany. 

Senior agronomist in charge, office of cereal 
investigations. 

Senior pathologist in charge, office of cotton, 
truck, and foragecropdiseaseinvestigations. 

Senior botanist in charge, office of acclima- 
tization and adaptation of crop plants. 

Senior physiologist in charge, office of crop 
physiology and breeding investigations. 

Senior physiologist in charge, office of drug 
and other plants. 

Senior agiiculturist in charge, office of dry 
land agriculture. 

Assistant in charge of experimental gardens 
and grounds. 

Botanist in charge, office of fiber plant in- 
vestigations. 

Senior agronomist in charge, office of forage 
crop investigations. 

Senior agronomist in charge, office of new and 
rare seed distribution. 

Senior agricultural explorer in charge, office 
of foreign seed and plant introduction. 

Senior pathologist in charge, office of forest 
pathology. fe •« P- 1 ' fe fel^w be ^ 

Senior pathologist in charge, office of fruit 
disease investigations. 

Senior horticulturist in charge, office of horti- 
cultural investigations. 

Senior pathologist in charge, laboratory of 
plant pathology. 

Senior physiologist in charge, office of plant 
physiological investigations. 

Senior pathologist in charge, office of plant 
disease survey and pathological collections. 

Senior botanist in charge, seed-testing labora- 
tories. 

Acting in charge, office of soil bacteriology 
investigations. 

Senior biochemist in charge, office of soil fer- 
tility investigations. 

Senior pathologist in charge, office of sugar- 
plant investigations. 

Senior physiologist in charge, office of tobacco 
and plant nutrition investigations. 

Senior agriculturist in charge, office of western 
irrigation agriculture. 



Boston, Mass--. 
Spokane, Wash. 



Agriculturist in charge of northern group, 

Manden, N. Dak. 
Agriculturist in charge of southern group, 

Woodward, Okla. 



Forester and chief 

Associate forester 

Chief of finance and accounts. 



N.Y... 
N.Y... 

Pa 

N.Y... 
Iowa... 

Vt 

N.Y... 
Kans... 
Ohio... 
S.Dak. 
D.C... 
Mich... 
Wash.. 
Kans... 
Kans... 
S. C-... 

m 

W. Va.. 
Mich. . 
D. C... 
Nebr— 
N. Y-. 
Ohio... 

W^is 

Mich.. 
S. C... 
Minn.. 



N.Y... 
Calif... 


35th. 
6th- 


Mont.. 


1st.. 


S. Dak. 


2d.. 


Calif... 
Utah... 
Va 


6th- 
1st.. 
8th.. 



26th.. 
31st.. 
8th... 
30th.. 
7th... 
1st... 
31st.. 
5th... 
17th.. 
2d... 



2d— . 
4th... 
5th... 
5th.-. 
3d.... 
19th.. 
2d..-. 
2d—. 



1st... 
1st... 
12th. 
3d—. 
6th... 
6th... 
10th.. 



* Also director of personnel aaJ business administration (see Office of the Secretary). 



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71 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



Forest Service— Continued 
Service and Technical Divisions 
Key Headley --. 

Leon F. Kneipp 

Edward E. Carter.-- 

Earle H. Clapp 

Theodore W. Norcross. 

Will C. Barnes 

Herbert A. Smith 

Carlile P. Winslow - 

Forest Experiment Stations 

Earl H. Frothingham 

Carlos Q. Bates.- 

Kaphael Zon 

Thornton T. Munger 

Samuel T. Dana 

Robert H. Weidman- 

Reginald D. Forbes 

Gustaf A. Pearson -.. 

Forest Range Experiment 
Stations 

Clarence L. Forsling 

Jacob D. Schoeller 

Matthew J. Culley 

Northern National Forest 
District 

Fred W. MorreU 

Forest Supervisors 

Paul A. Wohlen 

Charles K. McHarg, jr 

Leon C. Hurtt 

Ernest T. Wolf...- 

Frank J. Jefferson 

Roy A. Phillips 

George E. Martin 

R. Trevor Ferguson. 

John B. Somers , 

John W. Lowell 

James E. Ryan 

Kenneth Wolfe 

Alva A. Simpson 

John B. Taylor 

Lloyd D. Hornby 

Burr W. Clark 

Arthur H. Abbott 

Wilford B. Willey 

Arthur M. Baum 

Eldon H. Myrick 

Charles D. Simpson 

Walter J. Derrick 

William N. Nagel 

James C. Whitham -. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Assistant forester in charge of branch of opera- 
tions. 

Assistant forester in charge of branch of lands-. 

Assistant forester in charge of branch of forest 
management. 

Assistant forester in charge of branch of re- 
search. 

Chief engineer in charge of branch of engineer- 
ing. 

Assistant forester in charge of branch of graz- 
ing. 

Assistant forester in charge of branch of pub- 
lic relations. 

Director, forest products laboratory, Madison, 
Wis. ' 



Director, .Appalachian station, Asheville, 
N. C. 

Director, Fremont station, Colorado Springs, 
Colo. 

Director, Lake States station, St. Paul, Minn. 

Director, Pacific Northwest station, Port- 
land, Oreg. 

Director, northeastern station, Amherst, 
Mass. 

Director, Priest River station, Missoula, 
Mont. 

Director, southern station, New Orleans, La. 

Director, southwestern station, Flagstaff, 
Ariz. 



Director, Great Basin station, Ephraim, 

Utah. 
Director, Jornado station. Las Cruces, N. 

Mex. 
Director, Santa Rita station, Tucson, .Ariz.-. 



District forester, Missoula, Mont- 



Legal residence 



Clearwater Nat. Forest, Oroflno, Idaho. 

Coeur d'Alene Nat. Forest, Coeur d.'Alene, 
Idaho. 

Nezperce Nat. Forest, Grangeville, Idaho 

Pend Oreille Nat. Forest, Sandpoint, Idaho. 

Selway Nat. Forest, Kooskia, Idaho 

St. Joe Nat. Forest, St. Maries, Idaho 

Absaroka Nat. Forest, Livingston, Mont 

Beartooth Nat. Forest, Billings, Mont 

Beaverhead Nat. Forest, Dillon, Mont 

Bitterroot Nat. Forest, Dillon, Mont— 

Blackfeet Nat. Forest, Kalispell, Mont 

Cabinet Nat. Forest, Thompson Falls, Mont. 

Custer Nat. Forest, MUes City, Mont- 

Deerlodge Nat. Forest, Butte, Mont 

Flathead Nat. Forest, Kalispell, Mont 

Gallatin Nat. Forest, Bozeman, Mont 

Helena Nat. Forest, Helena, Mont 

Jefferson Nat. Forest, Great Falls, Mont 

Kootenai Nat. Forest, Libby, Mont 

Lewis and Clarke Nat. Forest, Choteau, Mont 

LoloNat. Forest, Missoula, Mont.. 

Madison Nat. Forest, Sheridan, Mont 

Missoula Nat. Forest, Missoula, Mont 

Kaniksu Nat. Forest, Newport, Wash 



State 



Idaho.. 

Ariz 

Me.... 

N. y.-. 

Mass--. 
N. Mex 
N. Y... 
Conn.. 



111.... 
Colo- 



N. Y.. 
Conn. 



Me.-.. 
Oreg-. 



La 

Nebr. 



Nebr.-- 
CaUf... 
N. Mex 

Colo--. 



Idaho. 
Colo-. 

Nebr.. 
Iowa.. 
Mont. 
Mont. 
Mont- 
Mont- 
Idaho. 
Colo-. 
Wash. 
Mont. 
Colo.. 
Mont. 
Mont. 
Wis... 
Mont. 
N. Y.. 
Mont. 
Mont. 
Minn. 
Mont. 
Iowa., 
lowa.- 



Cong. 
dist. 



1st.-. 
2d— . 



32d-.. 

4th-.- 
At L. 
10th- 
1st... 

1st... 

1st... 

11th.. 
2d..- 



1st. 
3d-. 



2d. 

1st- 



6th..- 
9th.- 
At L- 



ist- 
Sd- 

3d.. 
5th. 
1st. 
1st- 
2d-. 
1st. 
1st. 
ist- 
5th. 
1st.. 
1st.. 
1st.. 
1st.. 
1st.. 
2d... 
37th 
2d... 
1st-. 
4th-. 
1st.. 
9th-. 
1st.. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$5,400 

5,400 
5,400 

5,400 

5,400 

5,200 

4,800 

5,200 

4,200 

4,400 

5,200 
4,200 

5,200 

3,800 

4,000 

4,400 



4,000 
3,100 
3,100 

.5,200 



3,000 
3,400 

3,300 
3,100 
3,100 
3,100 
2,700 
2,700 
3,300 
3,300 
3,100 
3,000 
3,000 
3,100 
3,300 
2,800 
3,000 
3,000 
3,300 
2,700 
3,300 
3,300 
3,000 
3,300 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Conliuued 



UFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated; 




S. Dali. 3d. 



Forest Seryice — Continued 

Rocky Mountain National 
Forest District 

Allen S. Ffeck District forester, Denver, Colo : N. Mex. At L. 

Forest Supervisors 

John V. Leighou Arapahoe Nat. Forest, Hot Sulphur Springs, 

Colo. 

Charles B. Mack Cochetopa Nat. Forest, Salida, Colo 

William R. Kreutzer Colorado Nat. Forest, Fort Collins, Colo 

Ray Peck _ Grand Mesa Nat. Forest, Grand Junction, 

Colo. 

Theodore Krueger Gunnison Nat. Forest, Gunnison, Colo 

Harold L. Borden Holy Cross Nat. Forest, Glenwood Springs, 

Colo. 

Andrew Hutton ' Leadville Nat. Forest, Leadville, Colo 

Arthur F. Hofiman ' Montezuma Nat. Forest, Mancos, Colo 

Albin G. Hamel i Pike Nat. Forest, Colorado Springs, Colo.. 

Robert E. Clark I Rio Grande Nat. Forest, Monte Vista, Colo. 

Phillip V. Woodhead Routt Nat. Forest, Steamboat Springs, 

Colo. 

H. Earl French San Isabel Nat. Forest, Pueblo, Colo 

Gerald M. Hunter - San Juan Nat. Forest, Durango, Colo 

Harry H. French. _ Uncompahgre Nat. Forest, Delta, Colo 

James A. Blair White River Nat. Forest, Glenwood Springs, 

Colo. 

Robert G. Schreck Michigan Nat. Forest, East Tawas, Mich., 

George E. Marshall Minnesota Nat. Forest, Cass Lake, Minn.. 

Alve L. Richey Superior Nat. Forest, Ely, Minn. 



Colo... 
Colo... 
Colo... 

Nebr... 
Colo... 



4th... 
4th... 
4th... 

6th... 
4th... 



Jay Higgins j Nebraska Nat. F^-est, Halsey, Nebr_ 

George A. Duthie 

James F. Conner 

Fred B. -\gee 

James Blackball 

Huber C. Hilton 

James N. Langworthy 

Wallace J. Pearce 



Southwestern National Forest 
District 

Frank C. W. Pooler 

Forest Supervisors 

KennerC. Kartchner 

Edward G. Miller.. 

Claude W. McKenzie (acting) 

Rex King_.. ._ 

H. Basil Wales 

Paul H. Roberts --. - 

Theodore T. Swift . 

George W. Kimball ' 

Stanley F. Wilson 

Francis L. W. Grubb 

O. Fred Arthur 

John A. Adams 

Frederic Winn 

Frank E. .\ndrews 

Intermountain National Forest 
District 

Richard H. Rutledge 

Forest Supervisors 

Walter G. Mann 

Guy B. Mains 

Earl C. Sanford.. 

Ernest A. Renner 

Lyle F. Watts 

Oscar W. Mink 

Sidney S. Stewart .-- 

William B. Rice 

Sidney C. Scrihner 



Black Hills Nat. Forest, Deadwood, S. Dak. 

Harney Nat. Forest, Custer, S. Dak.. 

Bighorn Nat. Forest, Sheridan, Wyo 

Hayden Nat. Forest, Encampment, Wyo.. 
Medicine Bow Nat. Forest, Laramie, Wyo. 

Shoshone Nat. Forest, Cody, Wyo 

Washakie Nat. Forest, Lander, Wyo 



District forester, .Mbuquerque, N. Mex 

Apache Nat. Forest, Springerville, Ariz 

Coconino Nat. Forest, Flagstaff, Aiiz 

Coronado Nat. Forest, Tucson, Ariz 

Crook Nat. Forest, SalJord, Ariz 

Prescott Nat. Forest, Prescott, Ariz.. 

Sitgreaves Nat. Forest, Holbrook, .\riz 

Tonto Nat. Forest, Phoenix, Ariz 

Tusayan Nat. Forest, Williams, -\riz 

Carson Nat. Forest, Taos, N. Mex 

Datil Nat. Forest, Magdalena, N. Mex 

Lincoln Nat. Forest, Alamogordo, N. Mex_ 
Manzano Nat. Forest, Albuquerque, N. Mex 

Gila Nat. Forest, Silver City, N. Mex 

Santa Fe Nat. Forest, Santa Fe, N. Mex 



District forester, Ogden, Utah. 



Pa 


30th... 


Colo... 


4th.... 


Colo... 


3d 


Colo... 


4th.... 


Colo... 


2d 



Colo... 
Mich .. 
Colo... 
Colo... 

Minn.. 
Minn.. 
Wyo... 
Colo... 
Wyo... 
S. Dak. 
Wyo... 
Wyo... 
Mich .. 
Colo... 
Colo... 



Vt. 



4th... 
11th.. 
4th... 
4th... 

8th... 
6th... 
AtL. 
1st... 
AtL. 
2d.... 
AtL. 
AtL. 
10th.. 
4th... 
2d.... 



Kaibab Nat. Forest, Kanab, Utah 

Boise Nat. Forest, Boise, Idaho 

Caribou Nat. Forest, Montpelier, Idaho . 

Challis Nat. Forest, Challis, Idaho 

Idaho Nat. Forest, McCall, Idaho 

Lemni Nat. Forest, Mackay, Idaho 

Minidoka Nat. Forest, Burley, Idaho..'.. 

Payette Nat. Forest, Einmett, Idaho 

Salmon Nat. Forest, Salmon, Idaho 



iVriz 

Kans... 
Calif... 
N. Y... 
Mich... 
Nebr... 

.\riz 

Mass... 
Ohio... 
Colo.. 

Ariz 

N.Mes 
N.Mex. 
N.Mex 



Idaho.. 



Idaho.. 
Idaho.. 
Mich... 
Idaho . . 
Iowa... 
Idaho . . 
Ind_... 
Kans... 
Utah... 



AtL.. 
4th.... 

2d 

34th... 
7th.... 

1st 

AtL_. 
6th.... 

1st 

2d I 

AtL.. 
At L.. 
AtL.. 
AtL_. 



2d.. 
2d.. 
2d.. 
2d.. 
7th. 
2d.. 
12th 
4th. 
ist- 



*5,200 



3,000 

3,000 
3,000 
2,800 

3,000 
3,000 

3,000 
3,100 
3,300 
3,100 
3,000 

3,000 
3,000 
2,800 
3,000 

2,800 
3,000 
3,300 
2,700 
3,300 
3,300 
3,300 
2,700 
3,300 
3,000 
3,200 



5,200 



3,000 
3,300 
2,500 
3,000 
3,000 
3,400 
3,300 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,400 
2,700 
3,200 
3,400 



2,700 
3,300 
3,000 
2,800 
3,400 
3,000 
3.000 
3,300 
3.100 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 



73 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Sawtooth Nat. Forest, Hailey, Idaho. 

Targhee Nat. Forest, St. Anthony, Idaho 

Weiser Nat. Forest, Weiser, Idaho 

Humboldt Nat. Forest, Elko, Nev 

Nevada Nat. Forest, Ely, Nev 

Toiyabe Nat. Forest, Austin, Nev 

Ashley Nat. Forest, Vernal, Utah 

Cache Nat. Forest, Logan, Utah 

Dixie Nat. Forest, Cedar City, Utah 

Fishlake Nat. Forest, Richfield, Utah 

La Sal Nat. Forest, Moab, Utah 

Manti Nat. Forest, Ephraim, Utah.-. 

Powell Nat. Forest, Widtsoe, Utah 

Uinta Nat. Forest, Provo, Utah 

Wasatch Nat. Forest, Salt Lake City, Utah.. 

Teton Nat. Forest, Jackson, Wyo 

Wyoming Nat. Forest, Kemmerer, Wyo 



Legal residence 



State 



Nebr.. 
Idaho. 
Wyo.. 
Idaho . 
Idaho. 
Utah.. 
Idaho - 
Idaho. 
Utah.. 
Utah.. 
Utah.. 
Utah.. 
Utah.. 
Utah.. 
N.Y.. 
Mont. 
Idaho . 



Forest Service— Continued 

I atermountain National Forest 
District— Continued 

Miller S. Benedict 

Samuel W. Stoddard...^.. 

John Raphael 

.\lexander McQueen 

Charles A. Beam 

James E. Gurr 

.\rthur G. Nord 

Carl B. .\rentson 

William M. Mace 

Carl A. Mattsson 

Orange A. Olsen 

Joseph W. Humphrey 

Wallace M. Riddle 

Charles DeMoisy , jr 

Edwin C. Shepard 

Arthur C. McCain 

Clarence E. Favre 

California National Forest 
District 

Paul O. Redington 

Forest Supervisors 

George H. Cecil. 

John D. Coflman 

Joseph E. ElUott. 

Edwin F. Smith ... 

Thomas J. Jones 

Fred D. Douthitt... 

Wilham Q. Durbin 

George W. Lyons 

David N. Rogers 

Chester E. Jordan 

Frank P. Cunningham 

Jesse R. Hall 

Maurice A. Benedict 

J. V. Wulfl 

Richard L. P. Bigelow ,... 

Benjamin H Mace 

William M. Maule 

North Pacific National Forest j 
District I 

Christopher M. Granger.. District forester, Portland, Greg | Calif. 

Forest Supervisors ; 

Nelson F. Macduff 

Hugh B. Rankin 

Herbert L. Plumb 

Gilbert D Brown. 

Walter L. Dutton.. 

Thomas H. Sherrard 

Vernon V. Harpham 

Charles C. Hall 

-^.dam H. Wright 

Ralph S. Shelley 

John F. Irwin 

CarlB. Neal 

Nelson J. Billings 

John C. Kuhns, jr 

Philip T. Harris 

Kirk P. Cecil 

Lawrence B. Pagter 

Charles H. Park. 

Rudo L. Fromme 

Edwin J. Fenbv 

William G. Weigle 

Albert H. Sylvester 



District forester, San Francisco, Calif ; 111 

Angeles Nat. Forest, Los Angeles, Calif Md... 

California Nat. Forest, Willows, Calif Calif. . 

Cleveland Nat. Forest, San Diego, Calif Calif.. 

Eldorado Nat. Forest, Placerville, CaUf Calif.. 

Inyo Nat. Forest, Bishop, Calif ; Calif.. 

Klamath Nat. Forest, Yreka, Calif Calif.. 

Lassen Nat. Forest, Susanville, Calif 1 W.Va. 

Modoc Nat. Forest, Alturas, Calif ' Mich. 

Plumas Nat. Forest, Quincy, Calif Me 

Santa Barbara Nat. Forest, Santa Barbara, j Calif. . 
Calif. 

Sequoia Nat. Forest, Porterville, Calif Calif.. 

Shasta Nat. Forest, Mount Shasta, Calif Calif.. 

Sierra Nat. Forest, North Fork, Cahf. I Calif.. 

Stanislaus Nat. Forest, Sonora, Calif... El 

TahoeNat. Forest, Nevada City, Calif Calif.. 

Trinity Nat. Forest, Weaverville, CaUf ' Calif.. 

Mono Nat. Forest, Minden, Nev Pa 



Cascade Nat. Forest, Eugene, Oreg 

Crater Nat. Forest, Medford, Oreg 

Deschutes Nat. Forest, Bend, Oreg 

Fremont Nat. Forest, Lakeview, Oreg 

Malheur Nat. Forest, John Day, Oreg 

Mount Hood Nat. Forest, Portland, Oreg 

Ochoco Nat. Forest, Prineville, Oreg 

Santiam Nat. Forest, Albany, Oreg. 

Siskiyou Nat. Forest, Grants Pass, Oreg 

Siuslaw Nat. Forest, Eugene, Oreg 

Umatilla Nat. Forest, Pendleton, Oreg 

Umpqua Nat. Forest, Roseburg, Oreg 

Wallowa Nat. Forest, Wallowa, Oreg 

Whitman Nat. Forest, Baker, Oreg. 

Chelan Nat. Forest, Okanogan, Wash 

Columbia Nat. Forest, Portland, Oreg.. 

Colville Nat. Forest, Republic, Wash.. 

Mount Baker Nat. Forest, Bellingham, Wash. 

Olympic Nat. Forest, Olympic, Wash 

Rainier Nat. Forest, Tacoma, Wash 

SnoqualmieNat. Forest, Seattle, Wash 

Wenatchee Nat. Forest, Wenatchee, Wash... 



Mich.. 
Oreg.. 
N.Y.. 
Oreg.. 
Oreg.- 
N. J... 
Oreg.. 
Mont. 
Wash. 
Oreg.. 
Oreg.. 
Oreg.. 
Oreg.. 
Oreg-. 
Me.... 
Oreg.. 
Conn. 
Wash. 
Ind... 
Md... 
Pa.... 
Calif.. 



1st.. 
2d... 
AtL 
2d... 
2d... 
1st.. 
2d... 
1st.. 
1st.. 
1st.. 
1st.. 
1st.. 
1st.. 
1st.. 
32d.. 
1st.. 
1st.. 



4th. 



7th.. 

nth. 

2d... 
7th.. 
7th.. 
2d... 
9th.. 



9th. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$3,000 
3,300 
3,100 
3,000 
2,700 
2,700 
3,000 
3,000 
3,000 
3,300 
2,700 
3,000 
3,000 
3,100 
3,300 
3,000 
3,300 



5,200 



6th.... 3,900 

2d 3,000 

2d 2,700 

2d 3,000 

1st.-.. 2,800 

5th.... 3,000 

3d 3,300 

2d 3,000 

4th.... 3,300 

6th.... 3,000 



3,000 
3,300 
3,300 
3,300 
3,300 
3,000 
2,800 



5,200 



2d-....j 3,400 

2d 3,300 

31st... 3,100 

2d [ 3,000 

1st.... 3,300 

5th.... 3,300 

1st ; 2,700 

1st 2,800 

5th....' 3,400 

2d ! 3,100 

2d ' 3,000 

1st 3,300 

2d 3,000 

1st 3,300 

4th.... 3,100 

3d 3,000 

5th.... 3,100 

2d 2,700 

8th.... 3,300 

4th.... I 3,300 

20th...! 3,400 

1st I 3,00C 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



Forest Service — Continued 

Eastern National Forest 
District 

Evan W. Kelley. 



Forest Supervisors 



Louis King 

Charles A. Plymale. 



Henry K. Keen 

WiUiam F. HUl 

Ira T. Yarnall 

Robert W. Shields 

Merwin A. Mattoon 

Samuel M. ShanMin 

Loren L. Bishop 

William P. Kramer (junior for- 
ester) . 

Rushton H. Charlton 

William H. Stoneburner 

Harold M. Sears. 

Seward H. Marsh 

Carlton L. Perliins 



Mas'ka National Forest 
District 

Charles H. Flory --. 

Forest Supervisors 



William J. McDonald. 
Robert A. Zeller 



Bureau of Chemistry 



Charles A. Browne... 
William W. Skinner . 

Paul B. Dunbar . 

Fred B. Linton 

Stuart A. Postle 



Scientific and Regulatory 
Divisions 

George C. Spencer 

Howard S. Paine 



Cornelius E. Senseman. 

Walter S. Frisbie 

Edgar T. Wherry 



David J. Price 

George W. Hoover... 
Frederick C. Blanck. 
Edward M. Chace... 



Alfred E. Taylor... 
Fletcher P. Veitch. 



Charles Thorn 

Burton J. Howard 

George L. Bidwell 

Curtis C. McDonnell. 
George S. Jamieson 



OFFICIAL TITLK AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



District forester, Washington, D. C. 



Acting in charge, Alabama Nat. Forest, 

Columbus, Ga. 
Arkansas Nat. Forest, Hot Springs National 

Park, Ark. 

Ozark Nat. Forest, Russellville, Ark 

Florida Nat. Forest, Pensacola, Fla... 

White Mountain Nat. Forest, Gorham, N. H. 

Naiitahala Nat. Forest, Franklin, N. C 

Pisgah Nat. Forest, Asheville, N. C 

Wichita Nat. Forest, Cache, Okla 

Allegheny Nat. Forest, Warren, Pa.. 

Luquillo Nat. Forest, Rio Piedras, P. R 



Legal residence 



Cherokee Nat. Forest, Knoxville, Tenn 

Unaka Nat. Forest, Bristol, Tenn 

Natural Bridge Nat. Forest, Lynchburg, Va 
Shenandoah Nat. Forest, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Monongahela Nat. Forest, Elkins, W. Va... 



District forester, Juneau, Alaska. 



Chugach Nat. Forest, Cordova, Alaska. . 
Tongass Nat. Forest, Ketchikan, i^laska. 



Chief 

Assistant chief 

Senior chemist 

Assistant to chief. 
Assistant to chief. 



Associate chemist in charge of analytical re- 
agents laboratory. 

Senior chemist in charge of carbohydrate 
laboratory. 

Chemist acting in charge of color laboratory.. 

Senior chemist in charge of office of cooperation 

Senior chemist in charge of crop chemistry 
laboratory. 

Chemist in charge of office of development 
work. 

Senior chemist in charge of drug control labo- 
ratory. 

Senior chemist in charge of food control labo- 
ratory. 

Chemist in charge of fruit and vegetable 
chemistry laboratory, Los Angeles, Calif. 

Chemist in charge of office of imports 

Senior chemist in charge of leather and paper 
laboratory. 

Senior mycologist in charge of microbiological 
laboratory. 

Senior microscopist in charge of micro- 
chemical laboratory. 

Associate chemist in charge of cattle food 
and grain investigation laboratory. 

Senior chemist in charge of insecticide and 
fungicide laboratory. 

Chemist in charge of oil, fat, and wax labo- 
ratory. 



State 



Calif.. 



Oreg.. 

Ark... 

Ark... 
S.Dak 
Pa.... 
Pa.... 
Conn.. 
S.C... 
Kebr.. 
Pa.... 

Ill 

Va.... 

Pa 

Ky.... 

Mass.. 



Ohio. 



Alaska. 
Minn.. 



N. Y... 

Ariz 

Md.... 

Ala 

Ohio... 



Mass.. 
Ark... 

Ohio.. 

Nebr... 
Pa.. 



Cong, 
dist. 



Pa.... 

Okla.. 

Md... 

Md... 

N. Y.. 
Md... 

N. Y... 

Mich... 

R. I.... 

S. C... 

Conn__ 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



2d.. 

3d.. 

5th. 

5th. 
3d.. 
16th 
17th 
3d_. 
3d.. 
1st. 
nth 

1st., 
7th., 
25th 
8th. 

5th., 



12th.. 



8th... 



4th... 
AtL. 
4th... 
9th... 
12th.. 



5th.. 

4th.. 

20th. 
1st.. 
26th. 

12th. 

5th.. 

1st.. 

5th.. 

nth. 
5th-.. 

37th.. 

8th... 

2d.... 

3d.... 

2d... 



$5,200 



' Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury, 



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75 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



Bureau of Chemistry— Con. 
Scientific and Eegulatory Divi- 
sions—Continued 

Erich W. Schwartze 

Frederick B. Power 

David B. Jones 

Lyman F. Kebler 

George F. Mitchell.. .-... 

J. Walter Sale... 

Food and Drug Inspection 
Stations 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Associate pharmacologist in charge of phar- 
macological laboratory. 

Senior chemist in charge of phytochemical 
laboratory. 

Senior chemist in charge of protein laboratory. 

Chemist in charge of special collaborative 
investigations. 

Supervising tea examiner in charge of tea 
inspection service. 

Chemist in charge of water and beverage 
laboratory. 

Eastern District 



Legal residence 



State 



N.Y... 

N. y... 



Wis. 
Pa.. 



William R. M. Wharton Chief of district, New York, N. Y. 

Daniel M. Walsh Chief of station, Baltimore, Md... 

George H. Adams Chief of station, Boston, Mass 

Harold J. Humphrey , Chief of station, Buffalo, N. Y. 



Harry W. Redfl?ld. 
Clement S. Brinton. 
Willford J. McQee- 
James 0. Clarke 



Chief of station, New York, N. Y. 
Chief of station, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Chief of station, San Juan, P. R... 
Chief of station, Savannah, Ga 



S. C. 
Ohio. 



Md..-. 

Vt 

Mass.., 
N.Y... 
N.Y... 

Pa 

Va 

Qa 



j Central District 

Roscoe E. Doolittle i Chief of district, Chicago, 111 

Arthur E. Paul Chief of station, Chicago, 111. 

Harry D. Garrett | Chief of station, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Will H. Hartigan i Senior food and drug inspector, Kansas City, 

I Mo. 

Homer Runkel | Chief of station, Minneapolis, Miim 

Edwin C. Boudreaux Acting chief of station. New Orleans, La 

Ernest R. Smith i Chief of station, St. Louis, Mo 



Mich.. 
lU..... 
Minn. 
Mo... 



HI.... 
La... 
Mo.. 



Wendell Vincent 

Herbert J. Holland... 

Grant J. Morton 

.\rthur W. Hansen.. 
Barclay C. Winslow. 



Western District 



Chief of district, San Francisco, Calif. .. 

Chief of station, Denver, Colo 

Chief of station, San Francisco, Calif 

Chief of station, Seattle, Wash 

Senior food and drug inspector, Los .\ng 
Calif. 



Chief 

Assistant to chief 

Assistant in charge of accounts. 
Chief clerk 



Bureau of Soils 

Milton Whitney 

Albert G. Rice. 

Charles A. Wolfe... 

Henry A. Donovan 

Scientific Divisions 

Philip L. Qile Chief, soil chemical division. 

Roysdl O. E. Davis Chief, soil physics division. 

Curtis F. Marbut. ..| Chief, soil survey division 

William H. Ross Chemist in charge of concentrated fertilizer 

investigations. 
John W. Turrentine I Chemist in charge of potash investigations... 

Soil Survey Districts ' 

Mark Baldwin i Inspector, northeastern district 

Hugh H. Bennett [ Inspector, south-central district.. 

Williamson E. Hearn I Inspector, southeastern district 

Macy H. Lapham ! Inspector, western district 

Thomas D. Rice Inspector, north-central district 

Arthur T. Strahorn ..; Assistant soil surveyor in charge of cooper- 
ative reclamation soil classification. 
Bureau of Entomology 

Leland O. Howard Chief 

Charles L. Marlatt Associate chief ' I 

AltusL. Quaintance Associate chief 

Eugene B. O'Leary Administratve ofBcer 

Rolla P Currie ' Associate entomologist in charge of publica- 

i tions. 

'^Alscjchairman of the Federal Horticultural Board* 



Colo.. 
Calif... 
N. Dak 

ni 

Kans... 



Md.... 
Ky..... 
Wash.. 
Mass.. 



Mass... 
N.C.. 
Mo... 
Ariz... 

Conn.. 



Ind nth. 

N.C... 7th. 



Cong, 
dist. 



2d... 
27th. 



3d... 
4th.. 



1st.. 
12th. 



5th.. 
1st.. 
4th.. 
1st.. 
37th. 
7th.. 
9th.. 
5th.. 



6th... 
2d.... 
10th.. 
4th... 

19th.. 
7th... 
5th... 



Ist... 
8th... 
1st... 
2d.... 
lst.._ 



6th.. 
6th.. 
3d... 
10th. 



9th... 
5th.-. 
8th... 
AtL. 

2d.-.. 



N.C. 
Mich... 

Fla 

Nebr... 



N. Y... 
Kans... 
Md.... 
D. C... 
N.Dak 



5th.. 
6th.. 
1st.. 
6th.. 



37th. 
5th.. 
5th.. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$3, 100 

5,200 

5,200 
4,600 

4,000 

3,800 



5,200 
3,800 
3,800 
3,800 
4,000 
3,800 
3,800 
3,800 



5,200 
4,000 
3,800 
2,800 

3,800 
2,500 
3,800 



5,200 
3,800 
3,800 
3,800 
2,800 



6,000 
3,000 
2,700 
2,300 



3,800 
3,800 
5,200 
3,800 

3,800 



3,000 
3,800 
3,500 
3,500 
3,500 
2,600 



6,500 
6,000 
6,000 
3,500 
3,400 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Com- 

-I pensa- 

Cong. tion 
dist. 



Bnrean of Entomology — Con. 
Scientific Divisions 

WiDiam R. Walton 

Altus L. Quaintance 



Md...., oth. 
Md.... 5th. 



Frank C. Craighead. 
Walter D. Hunter... 
Ernest A. Back 

Sievert A. Rohwer.. 

John E. Graf.. 

James I. Hambleton. 



Pa I ISthT-. 

7th.... 



Field Laboratories and Quaran- 
tine Headqtiarters 



Bert R. Coad 

Leon H. Worthley. 

Loren B. Smith 

Albert F. Burgess.. 



Bureau of Biological Survey 



Edward W. Nelson... 
Walter C . Henderson . 

Ada B. Morrison 

Emery J. Thompson.. 
Edward J. Cohnan 



Scientific, Economic, and Eegu- 
latory Divisions 

Edward A. Goldman 



Frank G. Ashbrook. 
Albert K. Fisher 



William B. BelL 

Waldo L. McAtee 

Hartley H. T. Jackson. 
Talbott Denmead 



Theodore S. Palmer. 
Lawrence J. Palmer. 
Ernest P. Walker... 



Wardens in Charge of Bird and 
Qame Reservations 



Frank H. Rose 

Abdon P. Chambers. 



Aimer P. Nelson... 
Frederick M. Dille. 

Levin L. Bryan 

Wesley D. Parker.. 



Entomologist acting in charge of cereal and 
forage insect investigations. 

Senior entomologist in charge of deciduous 
and tropical and subtropical fruit insect in- 
vestigations. 

E ntomologist in charge of forest insect investi- 
gations. I 

Senior entomologist in charge of southern field ' Iowa.. 
crop insect investigations. j 

Entomologist in charge of stored-product Hawaii.! 

insect investigations. 

Entomologist in charge of taxonomic investi- • Va i 8th.. 

gations. ' 

Entomologist in charge of truck crop insect Calif...: 9th.. 
investigations. 

A piculturist in charge of bee culture investi- Wis 3d.._ 

gations, Somerset, Md. 



Entomologist in charge of cotton insect in- Te.x ; 5th... 

vestigations, Tallulah, La. 

Administrator in corn borer control, Arling- Mass... 6th ... 
ton, Mass. 

Entomologist in charge of Japanese beetle Va 2d-... 

control, Riverton, N. J. 

Senior entomologist in charge of gipsy and Mass... .ith... 
brown-tail moth control, Melrose High- 
lands, Mass. 



Chief Ariz At I.-. 

Assistant chief Utah...| 1st 

Assistant to chief N. C.i 9th 

Assistant in operations N. Y...i 17th... 

Assistant in cliarge of accounts Colo...t 1st 



Biologist in charge of game and bird reserva- Calif.-.' 7th 

tions. 

Biologist in charge of fur resources Pa 20th... 

Senior biologist in charge of economic investi- N. Y... 19th... 

gations. 
Biologist, assistant in charge of economic in- N.Dak I9t 

vestigations. 
Biologist in charge of investigations of food Ind 11th... 

habits of wild birds and animals. 
Biologist acting in charge of biological in ves- Wis 1st 

tigations (wild life) . 
Acting chief United States game warden in Md ; 2d 

charge of enforcement of migratory-bird 

treaty and Lacey acts. I 
Biologist in charge of importation of foreign Calif. ..t 6th 

birds and mammals. ', 
Biologist in charge of reindeer investigations Nebr...j 1st 

in Alaska, Fairbanks, Alaska. 
Executive officer in charge of protection of Alaska 

game and fur bearers in Alaska, Juneau, 

Alaska. 



National Bison Range, Moiese, Mont... , Colo 2d 

Wind Cave National Game Preserve, Hot S. Dak. 3d 

Springs, S. Dak. 

Elk Refuge, Jackson, Wyo , Wyo...! At L.. 

Niobrara Reservation, Valentine, Nebr Colo — j 1st — 

Big Lake Reservation, Hornersville, Mo Mo | 14th... 

Sully's Hill National Game Preserve, Devils S. Dak.j 3d 

Lake, N. Dak. ' 

' Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury. 



$4,400 
6,000 

4,600 
5,200 
4,400 
4,400 
4,000 
4,000 

4,400 

4,600 

2 4,200 

5,400 



6,000 
5,400 
3,300 
3,300 
3,000 



4,200 

3,800 
5,200 

3,800 

4,200 

3,800 

3,500 

3,800 
4,100 
4,000 



2,620 
2,160 

2,160 
1,980 
1,500 
1,620 



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77 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



Bureau of Biological Survey- 
Continued 

Experimental Fur Farm 

Karl B. Hanson 



Field Headquarters for 
Rodent and Predatory 
Animal Control 

(o) Rodent Control 

Stanley E. Piper 



Theo. H. Scheffer 

Winney E. Crouch 

Ira N. Gabrielson 

Francis E. Garlough 

Donald A. Gilchrist 

Alwin E. Gray 

Andrew E. Oman 

Leo K. Couch 

Albert M. Day. 

Joseph Keyes 

Leo L. Laythe 

Lawrence C. Whitehead. 
Reuben S. Zimmerman.. 

Otto E. Stephl 

Herbert R. Wells 



(6) Predatory Animal Control 



Glenn R. Bach 

Robert E. Bateman. 

Charles J. Bayer 

Luther J. Goldman. 
George E. Holman.. 
Stanley G. Jewett... 
Cedric R. Landon... 
Mark E. Musgrave. 

Charles G. Poole 

Edward R. Sans 

Stanley P. Young... 
Edmond F. Pope... 
Louis Knowles 



U. S. Game Wardens {.Enforce- 
ment of Migratory-bird Treaty 
and Lacey Acts) 



Harry Barmeier 

Philip S. Farnham 

Phineas K. Hilliard 

George E. Mushbach.. 
Webster H. Ransom... 

Ray C. Steele 

E. V. Visart 

William L. Birsch. 

Thomas T. Blossom... 
Bernhardt R. Britton.. 
Marquis A. Charlton.. 
William H. Hoflman... 

Bartola J. Pacetti 

John Q. Holmes 

Jay V. Kelsey 

Samuel W. Linebaugh. 

John E. Perry 

George M. Riddick 

Kenneth F. Roahen 

Burdette J. Shaver 

Bertrand E. Smith 

Orin D. Steele 

George Tonkin... 

E. B. Whitehead 



official title and station 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



I>egal residencti 




Assistant biologist in charge, Saratoga Springs, ! 111. 

N. Y. 



1st 



Associate biologist in charge of eradication 
methods laboratory, Denver, Colo. 

Associate biologist, Puyallup, Wash 

Assistant biologist, Boise, Idaho... 

Assistant biologist, Portland, Oreg 

Assistant biologist, Berkeley, Calif 

Assistant biologist. Phoenix, Ariz 

Assistant biologist, Albuquerque, N. Mex 

Assistant biologist, Manhattan, Kans 

Assistant biologist, Olympia, Wash 

Assistant biologist, Laramie, Wyo 

Assistant biologist, Sacramento, Calif 

Assistant biologist, Denver, Colo 

Assistant biologist, San Antonio, Tex 

Assistant biologist. Salt Lake City, Utah 

Assistant biologist, Bozeman, Mont.. __. 

Assistant biologist. Rapid City, S. Dak 



Wash..: 2d. 



Kans... 
N. Dak 
Iowa... 
Oreg... 
Colo... 
Calif... 
Kans... 
Oreg... 
Wyo... 
Calif... 

Ariz 

Ga 

Idaho.. 
Minn.. 
Nebr... 



Leader, 
Leader, 
Leader, 
Leader, 
Leader, 
Leader, 
Leader, 
Leader, 
Leader, 
Leader, 
Leader, 
Leader, 
Leader, 



Olympia, Wash I Mont.. 

Bilhngs, Mont.. ' Oreg... 

Cheyenne, Wyo ' Wyo... 

Gooding, Idaho i Calif... 

Salt Lake City, Utah ! Utah... 

Portland, Oreg .: Oreg... 

San Antonio, Tex. ' Tex 

Phoenix, Ariz Oreg... 

Sacramento, Calif Wyo... 

Reno, Nev. i Calif... 

Denver, Colo Ariz 

jVlbuquerque, N. Mex Tex 

Rapid City, S. Dak S. Dak. 



St. Louis, Mo ! Iowa.. 

Owego, N. Y ! N. Y.. 

Pleasantville, N. J ..i N. J... 

Billings, Mont Mont. 

Spokane, Wash Wash. 

Portland, Oreg Wash. 

Little Rock, Ark Ark... 

Norfolk, Va Va.... 

Locustville, Va Va 

Socorro, N. Mex ' Wash. 

Columbus, Ohio Ohio.. 



111. 

Fla.... 

Nebr.. 

Wis... 

Ky.... 

Tenn.. 



Mobile, Ala. 
Ponce Park, Fla... 

Orleans, Nebr. 

Watertown, S. Dak 

Russellville, Ky 

Memphis, Tenn 

Houston, Tex ._ Tenn. 

Havana, 111 Wash 

St. Paul, Minn Wis.. 

Portland, Me j Me... 

Council BlufTs. Iowa Mass. 

Sacramento, Calif.. Oreg. 

Thomasville, Ga Fla... 



5th.... 
1st.... 
5th.... 

3d 

1st 

5th.... 
5th.... 

2d 

AtL.. 

3d 

AtL.. 

2d 

2d 

4th.... 
1st 



2d 

1st 

At L.. 
■7th.... 

2d 

3d 

16th... 

1st 

At L.. 
8th.... 
.U L.. 

2d 

1st.... 



3d... 
37th. 
3d... 

2d... 
5th.. 
4th.. 
5th.. 
4th.. 
1st-. 
2d... 
8th.. 
1st.. 
4th.. 
5th.. 
8th.. 
3d... 
6th.. 
9th.. 
5th... 

nth. 

3d... 
14th. 
2d..., 
3d.... 

' Salary cooperative with State agencyf amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury! 



$3,000 



;j, 300 

3,000 
!2,800 
2,800 
2,800 
2,800 
2,800 
2,800 
2,600 
2,600 
2,600 
2,600 
2,600 
2,600 
2,400 
2,400 



2,800 
2,800 
2, 800 
2,800 
2,800 
2,800 
2,800 
2,800 
'2,800 
2,800 
2,800 
2,800 
2,400 



2,300 
2,400 
2,300 
2,300 
2,300 
2,300 
2.300 
2.300 
2,300 
2,100 
2.200 
2, 100 
2,100 
2,100 
2,100 
2,100 
2,100 
2,200 
2,200 
2,100 
2,100 
2,100 
2.300 

2, ino 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



Bureau of Biological Survey — 

Continued 

U. ^. Game Wardens {Protec- 
tion of Game and Fur Bearers 
in Alaska) 

Walter C. Denny 

AUen H. Hardy 

Donald H. Stevenson 

Kenneth C. Talmage 

Jack W. Warwick 

Erwin IVI. Qoddard 

Hugh W. Terhune 



Alaska Game Commissioners 



WillH. Chase 

Charles T. Gardner. 
Thomas D. Jensen.. 
Preston S. Whitney. 



Bureau of Public Roads 



Thomas H. MacDonald. 

Philip St. J. Wilson 

Charles D. Curtiss 

Austin B. Fletcher 

Henry R. Trumbower... 
Herbert S. Fairbank 



Lester E. Boykin 

Augusta F. Johnston. 
Carrie L. Fuller 



Scientific and Technical 
Divisions 



T. Warren Allen 

Albert T. Goldbeck. 

Edwin W. James 

Hubert K. Bishop.. 
J. Gordon McKay.. 



Oscar L. Grover 

Samuel H. McCrory. 



DisTKTCT Headquarters for 
Highway Work 

(a) Eastern Districts 

Erwin 0. Hathaway 

James C. Wonders. 

Albert R. Losh 

James T. Voshell 

Raymond E. Toms 

Guy H. Miller 

Vernon M. Peirce... 

(&) Western Districts 
Laurence I. Hewes 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence corn. 



State 



Fairbanks, Alaska. 
Anchorage, Alaska. 
Unalaska, Alaska.. 

Juneau, Alaska 

Flat, Alaska. 

Sitka, Alaska 

Juneau, Alaska 



Cordova, Alaska... 

Juneau, Alaska 

Nome, Alaska 

Fairbanks, Alaska. 



Chief 

Chief engineer 

Assistant to chief 

Consulting highway engineer 

Senior agricultural transportation economist . 

Highway engineer in charge of editorial, ex- 
hibits, and library work. 

Senior administrative officer in charge of legal 
section. 

Administrative assistant in charge of person- 
nel. 

A dministrati ve assistant 



Va. 

Iowa... 

Calif... 

Wis.... 

Md.... 

S. C... 

Wyo... 



Joseph S. Bright 

Charles H. Purcell... 

Oharles H. Sweetser. 



Chief, division of control 

Chief, division of tests and research 

Chief, division of design 

Chief, division of construction.... 

Chief, division of highway transport and eco- 
nomics. 
Chief, bridge division... 

Chief, division of agricultural engineering... 



District engineer in charge of Dist. No. 4, 

St. Paul, Minn. 
District engineer in charge of Dist. No. 5, 

Omaha, Nebr. 
District engineer in charge of Dist. No. 6, 

Fort Worth, Tex. 
District engineer in charge of Dist. No. 7, 

South Chicago, 111. 
District engineer in charge of Dist. No. 8, 

Montgomery, Ala. 
District engineer in charge of Dist. No. 9, 

Troy, N. Y. 
District engineer in charge of Dist. No. 10, 

Washington, D. C. 



Deputy chief engineer in charge of western 

districts, San Francisco, Calif. 
Construction engineer, San Francisco, Calif.. 
District engineer in charge of Dist. No. 1, 

Portland, Oreg. 
District engineer in charge of Dist. No. 2, 

San Francisco, Calif. 



N.Y. 
Pa... 

N.Y. 
N.Y. 
Wis.. 



Va... 
Miss. 



Cong, 
dist. 



Iowa...! 7th. 



3d. 
7th. 
3d.. 
3d.. 
3d-. 



6th. 
1st. 



Mich... 10th 



19th. 
6th.. 
24th. 
39th. 
3d..- 



3d.. 
8th. 



Ala-ska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska - 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 

Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 
Alaska. 





N. H... 


2d...-. 


Ohio--. 


7th.... 


Kans... 


5th.... 


Ind.... 


2d..... 


Md--. 


6th.... 


N.Y... 


32d-.- 


Mass... 


11th... 


Wash.. 


2d 


Calif... 
Oreg... 


11th... 
3d 


Wash.. 


3d 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



79 



Bureau of Public Roads — Con. 

(6) Western Districts— Con. 
Junius W. Johnson 



Burtis J. Finch 

Agricultural Engineering Field 
Headguarters 



Walter W. McLaughlin. 
Elmer Johnson 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Bureau of Agricultural 
Economics 

Thomas P. Cooper 

Lloyd S. Tenny 

Nils A. Olsen s 

Clarence W. Kitchen ' 

Fred J. Hughes. ._ 

Harrison F. Fitts 

Mary Q. Lacy 

Peter H. Quiim 

William C. Ten Eyck 

Scientific, Service, and Regula- 
tory Divisions 

Chris L. Christensen... 

Nils A. Olsen 

Clarence W. Kitchen 

Arthur W. Palmer... 

Wmiam F. CaUander 

Roy C. Potts 

Milburn L. Wilson. 

Charles J. Galpin 

Wells A.. Sherman 

Harold J. Besley... 

William A. Wheeler 

J. Clyde Marquis 

Lewis C. Gray 

Charles V. Whalin 

Oscar C. Stine 

H. Stanford Yohe 

Field Headquaktees 

(o) Marketing Specialists under 
Cotton Futures Ad 



Sidney H. Pearce. ..I Houston, Tex 

John J. Haggerty i New Orleans, La. 

Wingate P. Barbot 1 New York, N. Y. 



District engineer in charge of Dist. No. 3, 

Denver, Colo. 
District engineer in charge of Dist. No. 12, 

Ogden, Utah. 



Senior irrigation engineer in charge of irriga- 
tion investigations, Berkeley, Calif. 

Agricultural engineer in charge of cotton- 
dusting investigations, Tallulah, La. 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



N.Mexj AtL. 



N. Y... 



Utah... 
Kans... 



Chief I Ky.. 

Assistant chief j N. Y. 

Assistant chief 1 | 111 

Business manager : Oreg. 

Employment manager : Nebr. 

Administrative officer ._! N. Y. 

Librarian Va... 

Senior administrative assistant in charge of ! Calif. 

accounts. j 

Senior administrative assistant in charge of \ Calif. 

telegraph. 



35th-. 



1st. 
5th. 



7th... 
. 38th.. 
18th.. 
1st... 
1st... 
40th.. 
6th... 
4th..- 

7th... 



Economic analyst in charge, division of agri- 
cultural cooperation. 

Chief, division of agricultural finance 

Superintendent, Center Market, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Chief, division of cotton marketing 

Statistician and chief, division of crop and 
livestock estimates. 

Chief, division of dairy and poultry products. 

Chief, division of farm management and 
costs. 

Senior agricultural economist in charge, divi- 
sion of farm population and rural life. 

Chief, division of fruits and vegetables 

Chief, grain division 

Chief, division of hay, feed, and seed 

Chief, division of information 

Chief, division of land economics and land 
utilization. 

Chief, division of livestock, meats, and wool.. 

Chief, division of statistical and historical 
research. 

Chief, division of warehousing.. 



Nebr...i 5th... 



Ill 

Oreg... 



Calif... 
lU 



Okla... 
Mont.. 



Wis. 



Va 

Ill 

S. Dak. 
Ind.... 
Tenn... 



18th. 
1st.. 



10th. 
2d... 



5th.. 
2d... 



3d. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$5,600 
5,200 

4,500 
4,200 



6,000 
6,000 
5,400 
5,000 
3,600 
3,500 
3, 200 
3, 100 

3, 000 



4,800 

5,400 
5,000 

5,200 
5,400 

4,400 
5,600 

5,200 



Kans 
Wis.. 



Pa. 



8th.... 5,400 

10th... 5,000 

1st 5,000 

8th.... 5,200 

3d 5,400 

2d 4,200 

3d 5,200 



2(1- 



Miss...l 3d- 

La 1st. 

N.Y... 3d.. 



(6) Agricultural Statisticians \ 

Roy L. Gillett. ' .Albany, X. Y N.Y... 37th.. 

Virgil C. ChUds ' Atlanta, Ga Ga 8th... 

_...._. ... . 4th... 

10th.. 
2d.... 
21st.. 
l.st... 
2d.... 
12th.. 



Frank W. Gist Auburn, .A.la Ala. 

John S. Dennee , Washington, D. C. (for Maryland) Calif... 



Julius H. Jacobson \ Boise, Idaho. 

Owen L. Dawson ! Brookings, S. Dak. 

Fred W. Beier, jr [ Cheyenne, Wyo. 



Idaho. 

lU. 

Mont. 



Frank O. Black Columbia, S. C S. C... 



Carl J. West I Columbus, Ohio. 



Ohio. 



2 Salary cooperative with State agfincy, a:nojnt indie itel bnag pud from Federal Treasury. 

8 -\lso chief, division of agricultural finance. 

" .\.lso in charge of Center Market, Washington, D. C. 



5,200 



4,200 
4,500 

5, 000 



■■ 2, 200 
3,000 
2,520 
3,000 
3,300 
3,000 
3,400 
2,600 

' 2, 760 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Bureau of Agricultural Eco- 
nomics—Continued 

(6) Agricultural Statisticians- 
Continued 

Wesley W. Putnam 

Leslie M. Carl 

Samuel T. Fleming 

Harry O. Herbrandson 

Donald A. McCandliss 

Paul L. Koenig 

Jay G. Diamond 

Harry H. Schutz 

Verne H. Church 

Raleigh F. Hare 

.\aron E. Anderson 

Charles S. Bouton 

Hal F. Bryant... 

Paul O. Nyhus 

Gideon L. Morris 

Lionel L. Janes 

Carl H. Robinson 

Meade R. Wells 

Fred L. Kent , 

Frank Parker 

Henry M. Taylor _._ 

Elmer E. Kaufman 

Frank .Andrews 

Glenn S. Ray 

Andrew J. Surratt 

Paul H. Kirk 

Edward C. Paxton 

George L. Morgan 

Vergil A. Sanders 

Miner M. Justin 

(c) Marketing Specialists in 
Charge of Neios and Inspection 
Services on Dairy and Poultry 
Products 



Clarence L. Pier Chicago, 111 

Louis F. Champhn : New York, N. Y. 

Leon E. Gaylord | Philadelphia, Pa. 

(d) Marketing Specialists in 
Charge of News Service on \ 
Fruits and Vegetables 

William H. Hall Chicago, 111 

William H. Stanton | New York, N. Y. 

Elmer R. Biddle ..I Philadelphia, Pa- 



Denver, Colo 

Des Moines, Iowa 

Gainesville, Fla 

Grand Forks, N. Dak 

Qulfport, Miss... j Miss. 

Harrisburg, Pa I Pa... 

Helena, Mont I Mont 

Houston, Tex i Tex. 




Lansing, Mich Mich.. 

Las Cruces, N. Mex N. Mex. 

Lincoln, Nebr Nebr... 

Little Rock, Ark .\rk 

Louisville, Ky Ky 

Madison, Wis Wis 

Nashville, Tenn 1 Tenn. . 

New Orleans, La.. ; Fla 

Oklahoma City, Okla | Va 

Phoenix, Ariz \ Ariz 

Portland, Oreg | Oreg. . . 

Raleigh, N. C I N.C... 

Richmond, Va __! Va 

Sacramento, Calif 1 Calif... 

Salt Lake City, Utah ' Md 

Spokane, Wash | Colo 

Springfield, III ..< Minn.. 

St. Paul, Minn Kans... 

Topeka, Kans ! Kans... 

Trenton, N. J N. Y... 

Wakefield, Mass I Ind 

West Lafayette, Ind ] Kans... 



(e) Marketing Specialists in 
Charge of Inspection Service on 
Fruits and Vegetables 



Cornelius R. Newton. 

Robert C. Butner 

Emerv F. McKune... 
Will C. Hackleman... 
Vernon V. Westgate.. 

Ober G. Strauss 

John J . Gardner 

Albert E. Mercker 

William F. Allewelt... 

Walter Kingsbury 

Forbes E. Bailey. 

Leslie G. Schultz 



Baton Rouge, La 

Chicago, 111 

Denver, Colo 

New York, N. Y 

Omaha, Nebr 

Orlando, Fla.. 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Raleigh, N. C .._. 

'Sacramento, Calif 

Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Spokane, Wash 

Boise, Idaho 



S. Dak. 
Wash.. 
Ohio... 



111... 
N.Y. 
Pa-- 



4th.. 

7th.. 

2d 

1st.. 

6th, _ 

18th. 

1st.. 

16th. 

5th.. 

AtL 

1st.. 

3d... 

7th.. 

10th. 

6th. _ 

4th.. 

9th.. 

AtL 

1st.. 

4th.. 

7th.. 

7th.. 

6th.. 

2d... 

9th.. 

2d... 

2d... 

28th. 

2d... 

5th-. 



1st.- 
3d... 
12th. 



6th... 
7th..- 
Rth... 



$3,000 
3,100 
3,400 
2,700 
3,500 
2 2,600 
3,100 
3,800 
3,800 
3,000 
2 3,100 
2 2, 760 
3,400 
2,700 
3,000 
3,100 
3,100 
2,600 
3,100 
2 2, 520 
2 3, 000 
4,000 
3,800 
3,000 
3,800 
3,800 
3,000 
3,000 
2,520 
3,800 



3,400 
3,000 
3,500 



3,300 
3,800 
3,100 



Calif... 


10th... 


2 600 


Ky 


7th.... 


4,000 


Colo... 


2d 


2 2, 500 


Mo 


8th.... 


4,000 


Wash.. 


4th.... 


3,000 


Ind.... 


5th.... 


2 1, 200 


Colo... 


4th.... 


3,000 


N.J... 


12th... 


2 1,800 


Colo... 


3d 


2 600 


Calif... 


6th.... 


2, 600 


Wash.. 


5th.... 


3,100 


Wash.. 


4th.... 


3,100 



2 Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasm-y. 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 



81 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Bnreau of Agricultural Eco- i 

Bomics— Continued ! 

(/) GTain Supervisors under 
Oram Standards Act 

Rutherford T. Miles 1 In charge of general field headquarters, Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Administration of Grain | 
Standards Act j 

William H. McDonald I Chicago, 111 

William H. Shea.... | Duluth, Minn 

Martin Schuler. Kansas City, Mo 

Ralph C. Miller i Minneapolis, Minn 

Herbert E. Nelson.. i Omaha, Nebr ., 

Bert W. Whitlock I Portland, Oreg.. ^ 

Charles B. Barron i St. Louis, Mo \ 



Inspection EflBciency 

Fred G. Smith I Chicago, 111. (general field headquarters) . 

William P. Carroll ! Chicago, 111. (division headquarters) 

Evan L. Morris ! Kansas City, Mo 



John H. Frazier. 
Philip Rothrock. 
Clark A. Russell - 



New York, N. Y. 

St. Louis, Mo 

Indianapolis, Ind. 



Board of Review 

Oscar F. PhiUips ! Chairman, Chicago, 111. 

(5) Marketing Specialists in ! 
Charge of Hay and Seed Mar- 
keting Service 



Henry H. Whiteside. 
O Fred Kellogg 



Hay inspection service, Chicago, 111-.. 

Seed marketing and seed reporting service, 
Kansas City, Mo. 



(h) Marketing Specialists in 
Charge of News Service on 
Livestock, Meats, and Wool 

John S. Campbell Chicago, 111 

Max Y. Griffin : Kansas City, Mo 

Emory K. Hess National Stock Yards, 111. 

B. Florens McCarthy New York, N. Y 

Charles Bruce Omaha, Nebr 

Alfred B. Smeby.. South St. Paul, Minn 

(0 Marketing Specialists in 
Charge of Cotton Warehousing 

Fletcher Q. Crout Atlanta, Ga 

Roy L. Newton Dallas, Tex 

James P. Brown ' Raleigh, N. C 

Bureau of Home Economics ' 



Louise Stanley Chief 

C. Rowena Schmidt Assistant to chief. 



Scientific Divisions ' 

Hildegarde Kneeland.. , Chief, economic division 

Ruth O'Brien Chief, textiles and clothing division 

Louise Stanley 1 Chief of bureau, acting, in charge of foods and 

; nutrition division. 



Legal residence 

State ^0°8. 
biaie ^jg^. 



Tex- 



Minn. 
Minn. 
Minn. 
Minn. 
Minn. 
Mont. 
Ill 



Ill 

Wis... 
Mo... 

HI 

Ohio- 
Ind ... 



Minn. 



IlL... 
Mo.- 



Tex... 

Ill 

Mo... 
N. Y.. 
Iowa.. 
Minn. 



S. C... 
Tex.... 
Ala---. 



Mo... 
Mo... 



N. Y. 
Iowa. 
Mo.. 



7th—. 



8th.. 
10th. 
7th.. 
10th. 
10th. 
1st.. 
22d.. 



6th.. 
5th.- 
5th-. 
2d— 
6th.. 
7th.. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



6th.. 
4th.. 



4th.. 
19th. 
5th.. 
7th.. 
11th. 
3d... 



7th„ 
10th. 
6th.. 



8th.. 
1st.. 



11th. 
7th-. 
8th.. 



$4,600 



3,800 
3,500 
3, -WO 
3,800 
3,500 
4,000 
3,800 



3,600 
3,800 
3,800 
3,800 
3,800 
3,800 



8th....' 4,000 



3,200 
3,400 



3,600 
3,000 
2,800 
3,600 
3,000 
3,000 



4,000 

3,500 

»2,400 



6,000 
3,000 



.5,200 
4,600 
6,000 



- Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury. 
* A\so acting in charge of foods and nutrition division. 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Wastiington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Chairman, representing Bureau of Chemistry. 

Member, representing iJureau of Entomology. 

Member, representing Bureau of Animal 
Industry. 

Member, representing Bureau of Plant In- 
dustry. 

Assistant to chairman 



Boston, Mass 

Indianapolis, Ind 

San Francisco, Calif 

Dallas, Tex...c. 

Macon, Ga 

St. Louis, Mo ._ 

Philadelphia, Pa .' 

Chairman « 

Entomologist and executive officer '" 
Administrative officer 



Plant pathologist in charge, office of foreign 

plant quarantines. 
Entomologist and executive officer in charge, 

plant quarantine inspection service. 



New York, N. Y. 

Boston, Mass 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Baltimore, Md 

Charleston, S. C. 
Qaiuesville, Fla., 

Mobile, Ala 

New Orleans, La. 
Galveston, Tex... 
Sacramento, Calif 

Portland, Oreg 

Astoria, Orog 

Seattle, Wash 

St. Louis, Mo 

Chicago, 111 

San Juan, P. R... 




Insecticide and Fungicide 
Board 

John K. Haywood 

Altus L. Quaintance 

James A. Emery 

John W. Roberts 

James Q. Shibley. 

Field Insecticide and Fungicide 
Inspectors 

Francis T. Bestwick 

John C. O'Toole 

Ernest Wiggins 

Marion L. Gingell-- 

Francis B. McAuliffe 

Ralph E. Sampson 

John J. Shearer.. 

Federal Horticultural Board 

Charles I/. Marlatt 

Ernest R. Sasscer 

Reuben C. Althouse 

Regulatory Divisions 

R. Kent Beattie 

Ernest R. Sasscer 

Field Headquarters 

(a) Plant Quarantine Inspectors 

William H. Freeman. . 

Ralph I. Smith 

Max Eisliuk, jr 

Charles E. Prince 

John T. Rogers 

James H. Montgomery 

Miller J. Kerr 

Wimberlv T. Dillard. 

Clyde P. Trotter 

Arthur C. Fletiry 

Thomas J. Baker.. 

Emmit 1. Smith 

Alan G.Webb. . 

Alva C. Hill 

Henry W. Hecker 

Charles E. Cooley 

(6) Mexican Border Plant Quar- 
antine Inspectors 

Ona T>. Deputy 

John B. R. Leary 

Thomas A. Arnold 

Homer M. Cely 

Vernon J. Shiner 

Le Roy Dorland 

Orlo A. Pratt 

Charles E. Bellis 

(c) Pink Bollworm Eradication 
Service 

Walter D. Hunter Senior entomologist in charge, Houston, Tex. I Iowa... 7th i 5,200 

2 Salary coopentivo with Statu a'^an^y, amount in licate i b.>ing paid from Federal Treasury 
• .\lso associate chief, Bm-eau of Entomology. 
1" .\lso in charge of plant quarantine inspection service. 



Mass... 
P.R.. 
Ohio... 
Md.-.. 
S. C... 

Fla 

La 

La 

Miss... 
Calif... 

Fla 

W. Va . 

Pa 

Iowa... 
Minn.. 
Calif... 



16th.. 



Brownsville, Tex _j Tex... 

Eagle Pass, Tex Tex... 

El Paso, Tex Miss.. 

Del Rio, Tex.. | Tex... 

Laredo, Tex.. i Tex... 



Nogales, Ariz. 
Calexico, Calif. 
Douglas, Ariz.. 



Tex... 
Idaho. 
Okla.. 



12th. 
3d... 
6th.. 
4th.. 
1st.. 
5th.. 
4th.. 
10th. 
1st.. 
3d... 
15th. 
8th.. 
2d... 
5th.. 



5th.. 
14th. 
4th.. 
-th.. 
15th. 
8th.. 
1st.. 
5th.. 



4,400 
4,400 



3,200 
3,300 
3,000 
2,800 
2,900 

J 120 
2,600 
3,000 
2,800 

2 300 
2,700 
2,500 
3,000 
2,S00 
2,400 
3,000 



3,200 
3,000 
3,000 
2,700 
3,000 
3, 000 
3,100 
2,800 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 



83 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Continued 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 


Legal residence 


Com- 


NAME 


(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


Federal Horticultural Board- 
Continued 










(d) Dote Scale Eradication 
Service 










Andrew J, Shamblin 

Fanner S. Stickney 

Packers and Stoclcyards 
Administration 


Associate liorticulturist in charge of eradica- 
tion, Indio, Calif. 

Associate entomologist in charge of research, 
Palo Alto, Calif. 


Ariz 

111 


AtL.. 

19th... 


8 $3, 200 
3,000 


John T. Caine, III 


Chief 


Utah... 
Mo.... 
Ohio... 


1st.... 
4th.... 
1st.... 


6,000 


Franli W, Miller 


Assistant chief 


4,400 


George T. .\sh 


Administrative assistant 


2,800 


Technical Divisions 






Q. N. Dagger 


Economist in charge of rates and charges 

Economist in charge of trade practices 

Acting chief accountant 


Ohio... 
Mich... 
Mo 


12th... 

2d 

11th... 


5,400 


Lyman S. Hulbert 


5,200 


William E. Fink 


4,600 


Field Headquarters 










(a) Stoc)ti/ar<h District Super- 










nsors 










Walter A. Williams 


In charge of eastern division, Cleveland, Ohio 
In charge of western division, Denver, Colo.. 


Minn.. 

Tex ... 


3d.... 
5th ... 


4,40fJ 


James Christensen 


4,200 



(b) Valuation Engineer 

Hermann C. Heurici.- Chief valuation engineer 

Grain Futures Administration 

Joseph W. T. Duvel ' Chief 

RoUin E. Smith • Grain supervisor 

-iVlbert Strack. .\cting administrative assistant. 

Field Grain Exchange 
Superi'isors 

Leslie A. Fitz Chicago, HI 

Jewett R. Mathewson Minneapolis, Minn 

William F. Logan Kansas City, Mo 

L. M. Jeffers Sacramento, Calif 



Fixed Nitrogen Research 
Laboratory 



Frederick O. Cottrell i Chief 

Samuel C. Lind ! Associate chief 

Hugh M. Frampton ' Administrative officer. 

Technical Divisions 



Mo.-.. 



Ohio.. 
Minn. 

N.Y.. 



N. Y.. 

Minn. 
Kans . 
Calif.. 



Calif. 
Mich. 
Md.. 



.5th. 



4th . 
10th. 
lOth. 



24th. 
10th. 
1st .. 
3d..- 



John A. Almquist ; Acting chief, chemistry division Idaho.. 

Frank A. Ernst... Chief, engineering division N.J 

Sebastian Karrer Chief, physics division ! Wash.. 

John A. .\lmquist.- Acting chief, synthetic ammonia division Idaho.. 

Library 



Claribel R. Barnett Librarian 

Emma B. Hawks Associate librarian and chief of readers' divi- 
sion. 

Helen M. Thompson... Chief, catalogue and order division 

Lydia K. Wilkins Chief, periodical division 



N.Y.. 

Mass.. 



Md„. 
D. C 



6th. 
2d.. 
3d.. 



1st-. 
11th- 
2d.-. 
1st.. 



28th. 
1st.. 



6th...- 



6,000 
3,800 
2,400 



5,200 
3,800 
3,800 
2 600 



0,000 
6,000 
3, 500 



3,600 
4,800 
4,600 
3,500 



3,800 
3,100 

3,000 
2,900 



2 Salary cooperative with State agency, amount indicated being paid from Federal Treasury 



DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 



SECRETARY 

HERBERT HOOVER, OF CALIFORNIA 

Compensation, $15,000 per annum 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Office of the Secretary 



J. Walter Drake --. 

Harold N. Graves 

James H. MacLaflerty. 

Ernest L. Priest. 

WUliam R. Snyder 

Paul S. Clapp 

E. W. Libbey 

Charles E. Molster 

Cliflord Hastings 

Thomas F. McKeon... 

Walter S.Erwin.. 

Ralph B. Bronson 

Noble N. Potts... _ 

AnneG. Cross 



Assistant Secretary 

Administrative assistant to the Secretary. 

Assistant to the Secretary 

Assistant to the Secretary.. 

Assistant to the Secretary... 

Expert engineering adviser to the Secretary.. 

Chief clerk and superintendent 

Disbursing clerk. 

Chief, division of appointments 

Chief, division of publications 

Director of purchases and sales 

Chief, division of supplies 

Traffic manager 

Librarian 




Bureau of the Census 

WOham M. Steuart | Director 

Joseph A. Hill Assistant to the director 

Arthur J. Hirsch... Chief clerk 

Leon E. Truesdell Chief statistician for population... 

Le Verne Beales , Chief statistician for manufactures 

William L. Austin Chief statistician for agriculture 

Starke M. Grogan j Chief statistician for statistics of cities 

William H. Davis | Chief statistician for vital statistics 

Clarence E. Batschelet Geographer — 

E. M. LaBoiteaux ; Expert in charge of mechanical laboratory 

Harvey J. Zimmerman ' Specialist in charge of cotton and tobacco sta- 
tistics. 

Mortimer B. Lane Editor, Survey of Current Business... 

Edward W. Koch ] Senior administrative assistant, division of 

j population. 

Morris J. Hole ..I Senior administrative assistant, division of 

I agriculture 

John F. Daly Senior administrative assistant, division of 

t manufactures. 
Senior administrative assistant, division of 

statistics of cities. 
Senior administrative assistant, division of 

vital statistics. 
Senior administrative assistant, geographer's 

division. 
Senior administrative assistant in charge of 
field work. 

Personnel officer 

Administrative assistant in charge of division 
of revision and results. 



Mich _ . 
N. H.. 

ni 

Me.... 
N. Y.. 
Miss... 

Ga 

Mass... 

Pa 

Conn_- 
Pa 



Lemuel A. Carruthers. 
John B. Mitchell 



Evelyn L. Yeomans. 
Fred A. Qosnell 



Emily I. Farnum. 
Harry H. Pierce.. 



Bureau of Foreign and 
Domestic Commerce 

Julius Klein 

Oliver P. Hopkins.. ., 

Louis Domeratzky... 

Thomas R. Taylor 

John Matthews, jr 

Wharton Moore 

84 



Director 

Assistant director 

Assistant director 

Assistant director 

Assistant director 

Administrative assistant 



Conn.. 
Md.... 

Ohio... 

Mass... 

Ohio... 

Mont-. 

Conn.. 

S. C... 

N. Y... 
N.Mex. 



Mass.- 
Pa.... 
Va.... 
N. J.. 
N. Y.. 
Mo... 



1st.. 
2d... 
16th. 
3d.. 
13th. 
5th.. 
8th.. 
12th. 
15th. 
1st.. 
23d.. 

4th.. 
6th.. 

18th. 

3d... 

17th. 

2d... 



1st... 
4th... 



15th.. 
AtL. 



13th. 
10th. 



l.-ith. 



6,500 
5,600 
4,400 
4.400 
3,800 
4,400 
4,400 
4,400 
3,800 
3,800 
3,800 

3,800 
3,300 

3,300 

3,300 

3,300 

3,300 

3,000 

3,300 

3,300 
3,000 



6,500 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
5,600 
3, 600 



Official Register of the United States, 1926 



85 



DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Continupd 



Bnrean of Foreign and Do- 
mestic Commerce — Con. 

Technical Ditisions 



E. Dana Durand 

Orosvenor M. Jones. 

Eugene S. Gregg 

Griffith Evans 

Henry Chalmers 

Arthur S. nillyer... 
A. Heath Onthank.. 
Royal H. Brasel 



John Hohn 

Harold Dotterer 

Walter L. Miller. .. 
Nicholas Eckhardt. 



Commodity Divisions 



Ruben A. Lundquist 

George B. Bell 

(Vacancy) 

Edward G. Montgomery. 

Walter H. Rastall,. 

Axel H. Oxholm 

Edward T. Pickard 

Wilbur J. Page 

Paul L. Palmerton 

Charles C. Concannon... 

Charles P. White 

Luther Becker 

.\rthur B. Butman 



Cfdna Trade Act 



George C. Howard. 
Frank R. Eldridge. 



Regional Offices 



Frank R. Eldridge.. 

Samuel H. Cross 

Richard F. O'Toole. 



Commercial Attaches 



Julian H. Arnold.. 
Edward F. Feely. 



Charles E. Herring 

Chester L. Jones 

William L. Schurz 

Charles H. Cunningham. 



Alexander V. Dye 

Carlton Jackson' 

Henry C. MacLean.. 
Ralph H. Ackerman. 
Fayette W. Allport.. 
H. Lawrence Groves. 
WiUiam F. Upson... 
James F. Hodgson . . . 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
sion, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 



Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 
Chief, 



statistical research division 

finance and investment division 

transportation division 

editorial di vision 

foreign tarifis division 

commercial intelligence division 

domestic commerce division 

correspondence and distribution divi 

statistical division 

district offices division 

foreign service division 

drafting and photostat division 




electrical division 

agricultural implements division- 
automotive division... 

foodstuffs division 

machinery division 

lumber division 

textiles division 

leather division. 

rubber division 

chemical division 

coal division 

iron and steel division 

shoe division 



Registrar 

Assistant registrar. 



Chief, Far Eastern division 

Chief, European division. 

Chief, Latin-American division- 



Commercial attache at Peking, China 

Commercial attache at Buenos Aires, Argen- 
tina. 

Commercial attache at Berlin, Germany 

Commercial attache at Paris, France 

Commercial attache at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 
Commercial attache at Madrid, Spam, and 

Lisbon, Portugal. 
Commercial attache at Mexico City, Mexico. 

Commercial attache at Havana, Cuba 

Commercial attache at Rome, Italy 

Commercial attache at Santiago, Chile 

Commercial attache at Brussels, Belgium 

Commercial attache at Vienna, Austria 

Commercial attache at Vienna, Austria 

Commercial attache at Prague, Czechoslo- 
vakia. 



Tokyo, Japan 

Shanghai, China.. 
Bogota, Colombia. 



Resident Trade Commissionert 

A. Bland Calder (acting) 

Arthur H. Evans 

William Boaz.. 

Earl C. Squire. i Hamburg, Germany. 

Perry J. Stevenson , Johannesburg, South Africa. 

Elwood G. Babbitt Sydney, Australia 

Hugh D. Butler i London, England 

Julian E. Gillespie ..j Constantinople, Turkey 

Henry B. Smith ' At large 

Halleck A. Butts ] Tokyo, Japan 

Ray O. Hall. 1 Athens, Greece 



Tex.. 
Pa... 
D. C. 
D. C. 



Minn. 
N. Y.. 



5th.. 
2d... 



N. Y. 
Ohio. 
Calif. 
Conn. 
N. H. 
D.C. 
N. Y 



37th. 
3d... 



5th. 
1st. 



Va 

N. J.... 
Mass... 


2d 

10th... 
14th... 


D. C 




Ga 


10th... 


Ga 




Mass... 
N. Y. . 


16th... 


Calif... 
N. Y... 


3d 

38th... 


D. C. 




Wis.... 
Mich... 
Tex 


3d 

2d ! 

10th.. 


N. Y... 
N. Y. 


19th... 


N. Y... 
S. C... 
Ohio... 

m 


isth... 

2d 

22d.... 


Tenn— 
N. J.... 


1st.... 
1st.... 


N. Y .. 




N. Y... 
N. Y... 


23d.... 


Ill 

N. Y... 
Wash.. 
ni 


3d ' 

33d.... 1 

1st....! 


Tex.... 
N. J.... 
Tex.... 
D. C... 


5th.... 
6th.... 
7th.... 



4,600 
3,800 
3,700 
3.100 



6,000 
6,000 



6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
5,600 
5,600 
5,200 
5,200 
5,200 
5,200 



5,600 
5,600 



5,600 
7,000 
5,600 



9,000 
9,000 

9,000 
9,000 
9,000 
7,500 

7,500 
7,500 
7,000 
6,500 
6, 000 
6,000 
5,250 
5.000 



4,000 
7,000 
6,500 
6,500 
6,500 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,00(J 
5,500 
5,500 



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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 

State I ^on%. 
"^^'^ dist. 



Burean of Foreign and Do- 
mestic Commerce^Con. 

Resident Trade Commission- 
ers— Coniinn^d 

Charles E. Lyon 

Mowatt M. Mitchell 

Leighton W. Rogers 

Charles B. Spofford, jr 

Louis E. Van Norman .- 

George S. Brady 

John F. Butler 

Lew B. Clark 

William T. Daugherty 

Douglas P. Miller.. 

William E. Embry 

Thormod O. Klath...., 

Carl J. Mayer _ 

I>ynn W. Meekins. 

Raymond C. Miller 

Daniel J. Reagan 

Harry Sorensen 

Jesse F. Van Wickel 

Ollie M. Butler 

John H. Hynes 

Algernon A. Osborne 

Charles A. Livengood 

Brice M. Mace, jr 

Richard A. May 

Theodore Pilger... 

Prentiss M. Terry 

n. B. Allin-Smith 

Richard M. Connell 

lyawrence W. James 

Harold P. Macgowan 

H. Bentley MacKenzie 

Osborne S. Watson 

District Offices 

Frederic L. Roberts 

Albert J. Barnaud 

Leonard B. Gary 

Thomas L. Gaukel. 

Samuel H. Day 

(Vacancy) 

Harvey A. Sweetser 

Howard H. Tewksbury 

George E. McLeod 

Shirl H. Blalock 

James E. Peebles 

Division of Customs Statistics, 
New Yorli \ 

Louis J. Mahoney j Chief, division of customs statistics. 

Bureau of Standards I 



London, England 

London, England 

Warsaw, Poland 

Bombay, India 

Bucharest, Rumania 

Buenos Aires, Argentina... 

At large 

Montevideo, Uruguay 

Berlin, Germany 

Berlin, Germany 

Sao Paulo, Brazil 

Stockholm, Sweden 

Riga, Latvia. __ 

Ottawa, Canada 

Paris, France. 

Paris, France 

Copenhagen, Denmark 

Batavia, Java 

Manila, Philippine Islands. 

Rome, Italy 

Rome, Italy. 

Havana, Cuba 

Buenos Aires, Argentina 

Alexandria, Egypt.. 

Berlin, Germany 

Brussels, Belgium 

London, England 

Havana, Cuba 

San Juan, Porto Rico 

At large 

Lima, Peru 

Canton, China 



Mass... 13th... 



N. Y... 

N. H...I 2d 

N. J....L.. 

Conn..' 4th 

Mass... 4th 

Mass... I 7th 

D. C... 

D. C... 

Fla j 1st.... 

Iowa...! 11th... 



1st.. 
4th.. 
2d... 



2d. 



District 
District 
District 
District 
District 
District 
District 
District 
District 
District 
District 



office 
office 
office 
office 
office 
office 
office 
office 
office 
office 
office 



manager, 

manager, 
manager, 
manager, 
manager, 
manager, 
manager, 
manager, 
jnanager, 
manager, 
manager, 



Chicago - 

New York 

San Francisco.. 

St. Louis - 

Philadelphia... 

Atlanta. 

Boston .- 

Detroit 

New Orleans... 

Seattle 

Portland, Oreg. 



Calif 

Pa 

Ind.... 
N. Y... 
Kans... 
N. Y... 

Tex 

N. Y... 
Pa 

Wash 1 1 
Ark.... 
Mass... 

N. Y...1 

Ky 5th... 



5th.... 
19th... 
24th... 
1st.... 
7th.... 
4th.... 



N. Y 
Mo.. 
Calif. 
N. Y. 
D. C. 
Qa I 11th.. 



3d. 

5th.... I 
4th.... I 
24th... i 



Pa 16th. 

Mass... 14th. 
N.J.... 1st. 

Pa ! 25th. 

D. C.J 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$5, 500 
5,500 
5,500 
6,000 
5,500 
5,000 
5,000 
5,000 
5,000 
5,000 
5,000 
5,000 
5,000 
6,000 
5,000 
5,000 
5,000 
5,000 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
5,000 
4,500 
4,500 
5,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,000 



5,200 
5,600 
5,600 
4,400 
4.200 



14th. 



George K. Burgess.. 

Fay C. Brown 

Henry D. Hubbard. 



Director 

Assistant director 

Assistant to the director. 



Mass.. 
Mass.. 
Calif...! 3d. 
Wash..! 2d. 
Wash..' 1st 



N.Y... 21st. 



Calif. 
Iowa. 
111.... 



Scientific and Technical 
Divisions 

F. S. Holbrook | Chief, division of weights and measures 

Eugene C. Crittenden ...] Chief, electricity division 

H. C. Dickinson 

C. A. Skinner 

P. H. Walker 

L. J. Briggs 

F. J. Bates 



fi. W. Gillett.. 

P. H. Bates 

R. M. Hudson. 
John M. Grles. 



Chief, heat and power division 

Chief, optics division 

Chief, chemistry division 

Chief, mechanics and sound division 

Chief, structural engineering and miscellane- 
ous materials division. 

Chief, metallurgy division 

Chief, ceramics division 

Chief, simplified practice division 

Chief, building and housing division 



N. Y.. 
N.Y.. 
Mass.. 
Nebr.. 
Pa.... 
D.C.. 
Kans.. 

N.Y.. 
Pa.... 
D. C. 
Mass.. 



3d 
2d 
2d 



22d.. 
30th. 
3d... 
1st.. 
10th. 



5th.... 



37th. 
31st. 



8th.. 



3,800 
4,000 
4,000 
3,800 
3,500 



3,800 



6,500 
5,400 
3,800 



5,200 
5,600 
6,400 
5,400 
5,200 
6,000 
5,200 

5,400 
6,000 
6,000 
5,400 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 



DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Continued 



87 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Bureau of Fisheries 

Henry O'Malley -i Commissioner 

Lowis liailclilTe ' Deputy commissioner 

I. II. Duulap I Assistant in charge of office.- 

Willis H. Rich ! Chief, division of scientific inquiry respecting 

food fishes 
Glen C. Leach... 

(Jscar E. Sette 

Ward T. Bower.. 



Fishery Stations 



Frank L. Snipes _. 

Seth M. Ainsworth 

W. K. Hancock 

Joseph Kemmerich 

Samuel F. Hildebrand. 



Q. Raymond Hoflses 

E. E.Hahn 

W. T. Thompson 

John P. Snyder 

Marcus S. Meyer 

C. A. Bullock 

George N. Montgomery _. 

S. P. Wires.. _ .....".. 

W. S. Vincent 

A. Q. Keesecker 

Thomas K. Chamberlain. 

Clitlord G. Corliss 

. E. Guard 

Elmer Higgins 



Chief, division offish culture 

Chief, division of fishery industries. 
Chief, division of Alaska fisheries... 



ClydeH. Van Atta.. 

C. W. Burnham 

Dell Brown 

Frank E. Hare 

James D. DeRocher. 

(Vacancy) 

W. W. Thayer 

G. W. N. Brown .... 

Philo B. Hawley 

Charles R. Wiant.... 

H. H. Dinsmore 

O. N. Baldwin 

D. C. Booth 

Claudius WaUich 

David Davies 

E. M. Haynes.- 



William H. Thomas. 
Charles B. Grater.... 

John W. Gardner 

Clarence F. Culler... 



Charles J. Fish- 
Dennis Winn. .. 



Superintendent, Afognak, Alaska 

Superintendent, Saratoga, Wyo , 

Superintendent, Baird, Calif 

Superintendent, Baker Lake, Wash 

Superintendent and director, biological sta- 
tion, Beaufort, N. C. 

Superintendent, Berkshire, Mass 

Superintendent, Boothbay Harbor, Me 

Superintendent, Bozeman, Mont 

Superintendent, Cape Vincent, N. Y 

Superintendent, Clackamas, Oreg 

Superintendent, Cold Springs, (3a 

Superintendent, Craig Brook, Me 

Superintendent, Duluth, Minn. 

Superintendent, Edenton, N. C 

Superintendent, Erwin, Tenn 

Director, biological station, Fairport, Iowa... 

Superintendent, Gloucester, Mass.. 

Foreman, Homer, Minn 

Superintendent, marine biological station. 
Key West, Fla. 

Superintendent, Leadville, Colo 

Superintendent, Louisville, Ky 

Superintendent, Mammoth Springs, Ark...... 

Superintendent, Manchester, Iowa 

Superintendent, Nashua, N. H 

Superintendent, Neosho, Mo 

Superintendent, Northville, Mich 

Superintendent, Orangeburg, S. C 

Superintendent, Puget Sound, Wash 

Superintendent, Put-in Bay, Ohio 

Superintendent, St. Johnsbury, Vt 

Superintendent, San Marcos, Tex 

Superintendent, Spearflsh, S. Dak 

Superintendent, Springville, Utah 

Superintendent, Tupelo, Miss 

Superintendent, White Sulphur Springs, 
W. Va. 

Superintendent, Woods Hole, Mass 

Superintendent, Wytheville, Va 

Superintendent, Yes Bay, Alaska 

District superintendent, fish rescue in the 
Mississippi Valley. 

Field agent, at large... 

Agent, Alaska service 



Bureau of Lighthouses 

George R. Putnam j Commissioner 

John S. Conway ' Deputy commissioner 

Horatio B. Bowerman.. ! Chief constructing engineer 

Edward C . Gillett __ Superintendent of naval construction. 

Walter P. Harman... ...; Chief clerk 



Lighthouse Service 

Frederick Hingsburg Superintendent, at large- 
Thomas C. Flood Examiner, at large 

Carl E. Sherman 

George E. Eaton 

Joseph T. Yates 

B. B. Dorry 



Superintendent, 1st dist., Portland, Me 

Superintendent, 2d dist., Boston, Mass 

Superintendent, 3d dist., Staten Island, N. Y. 
Superintendent, 4th dist., Philadelphia, Pa.. 
Harold D. King ' Superintendent, 5th dist., Baltimore, Md 

59927— 25t 7 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Wash.. 1st.. 
N.Y..., 20th. 
N.Y... 27th. 
Calif... 8th.. 



Mo... 

Calif.. 
Mich. 



Miss... 
Iowa... 
Colo... 
Alaska. 
Ind 



Mass.. 
Me.... 
Colo.. 
Pa.-.. 
Wash. 
Ohio.. 
Me... 
Minn. 
N. Y._ 
Tenn.. 
N.Y.. 
Mass.. 
Ga.... 
Calif.. 



11th. 
10th. 
2d... 



3d. 



Mich.. 
N. Y... 
Ky..... 
W. Va. 
N. H... 



Mich .. 
Tenn.. 
Oreg... 

Pa 

Me.... 
Mo-.-. 
S. Dak. 
Oreg-.. 
Ohio-. 
W. Va. 



Mass... 
N. H... 
Iowa--. 
W. Va. 



Mass.-- 
N. 11... 



Iowa... 
Mont.. 
Md..-. 

Pa 

Vt 



9th. 



2d. 



15th. 
2d... 



2d. 



N.Y... 

Pa 

Me 

Mass... 
N.Y... 
Md.... 
Me 



4th _ 
6th. 
1st. 



18th. 
1st.. 
2d... 
14th. 
8th.. 
3d... 
2d... 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$6, 500 
5,400 
3,100 
4,000 

4,000 
4,000 
4,000 



2,100 
1,860 
1,860 
1,860 
3,800 

1,860 
1,860 
1,860 
1,860 
1,860 
1,860 
1,860 
1,860 
1,860 
1,860 
3,800 
1,860 
1,500 
3,800 

1,860 
1,860 
1,860 
1,860 
1,860 



1,860 
1,860 
1,860 
1,860 
1,860 
1,860 
1,860 
1,860 
1,860 
1,860 

1,860 
1,860 
2,100 
2,900 

3,000 
3,300 



6,500 
5,800 
5,400 
5,400 
3,300 



5,200 
3,800 
5,200 
5, 2Q0 
5,800 
5,200 
5,200 



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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Bureau of Lighthouses— Con. 

Lighthouse Sereice— Continued 



Henry L. Beck 

William W. Demeritt 

Edward S. Lanphier 

Fred P. Dillon 

Roscoe House 

Charles A. Park 

Charles H. Hubbard 

Maj. Beverly C. Dunn, U 

Army. 
Maj. A. K. B. Lyman, U. S. 

Army. 
Col. Charles Lewis Potter, U. S, 

Army. 

Walter C. Dibrell - 

Robert Warrack. 

Harry W. Rhodes 



S. 



Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 
Superintendent, 



ethdist., 
7th dist., 

8th dist., 
9th dist., 
10th dist 
nth dist 
12th dist. 
13th dist 



Charleston, S. C. 

Key West, Fla 

New Orleans, La. 

San Juan, P. R.._ 
., BuGalo, N. Y... 
., Detroit, Mich... 
, Milwaukee, Wis.. 
, Rock Island, 111.. 



Ralph R. Tinkham 

Coast and Geodetic Survey 3 



Superintendent, 14th dist., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Superintendent, 15th dist., St. Louis, Mo... 



Superintendent, 16th dist., Ketchikan, Alaska 
Superintendent, 17th dist., Portland, Oreg.. 
Superintendent, 18th dist., San Francisco, 

Cahf. 
Superintendent, 19th dist., Honolulu, Hawaii 



E. Lester Jones . 
Robert L. Paris. 



Charles H. Dieck. 
William Bowie 



C. V. Hodgson 

William E. Parker. 
E. H. Pagenhart... 



Legal residence 



State 1 ""^t 



L. O. Colbert 

J. H. Hawley 

Raymond S. Patton 

A. L. Qiacomini 

Gilbert T. Rude 

Nicholas H. Heck 

Field Stations 

Harry A. Seran 

Paul C. Whitney 

Richard B. Derickson 

D. B. Wainwright 

Kenneth T. Adams 

Bureau of Navigation 



David B. Carson... 

Arthur J. Tyrer 

W. M. Lytle 

William D. Terrell. 
Harry F. Coulter. - 
W. L. Turner 



Director 

Hydrographic and geodetic engineer, assist- 
ant director. 
Chief clerk 

Hydrographic and geodetic engineer, chief, 
division of geodesy. 

Hydrographic and geodetic engineer, assist- 
ant chief, division of geodesy. 

Hydrographic and geodetic engineer, chief, 
division of hydrography and topography. 

Hydrographic and geodetic engineer, assist- 
ant chief, division of hydrography and 
topography. 

Hydrographic and geodetic engineer, chief, 
section of vessels and equipment. 

Hydrographic and geodetic engineer, chief, 
section of coast pilot. 

Hydrographic and geodetic engineer, chief, 
division of charts. 

Hydrographic and geodetic engineer, assist- 
ant chief, division of charts. 

Hydrographic and geodetic engineer, chief, 
division of tides and currents. 

Hydrographic and geodetic engineer, chief, 
division of terrestrial magnetism. 



Hydrographic and geodetic engineer, di- 
rector, Manila. 

Hydrographic and geodetic engineer, in- 
spector, San Francisco. 

Hydrographic and geodetic engineer, in- 
spector, Seattle. 

Hydrographic and geodetic engineer, in- 
spector, Boston. 

Hydrographic and geodetic engineer, in- 
spector. New York. 



Commissioner... 

Deputy commissioner 

Chief clerk 

Chief supervisor of radio 

Chief, international radio accounting section.. 
Adrneasurer of vessels 



Tex.... 

Fla 

La 

S.C... 

N.Y... 
Wyo... 
Ill 



Tex.... 
Oreg... 
Cahf... 

Mich... 



Va.. 
Mo. 



ni... 

Md. 



Ohio.. 

Mass.. 
Minn. 

Mass.. 
N. Y.. 
Ohio.. 
Calif.. 
Md... 
Pa.... 



Ohio. 

N.Y. 
Tenn. 
D. C. 
Ohio. 



14th. 
1st.. 
2d_.. 
6th.. 
36th_ 
1st.. 
9th.. 



10th. 
2d... 
7th.. 



Tenn.. 
Wash. 
Ohio.. 
N. Y.. 

Mass.. 
Va.... 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



6th.. 

2d_. 

20th... 

5th.... 

14th... 

1st 



2 Pay of rank; no additional compensation for service with Bureau of Lighthouses; see Army Pay 
Tables in Appendix, pp. 143, 144. 

3 The pay and allowances of commissioned officers of the Coast and Geodetic Survey are the same as 
for commissioned officers of the Navy with whom they hold relative rank (sec. 11, act May 18, 1920); see 
Navy Pay Tables in Appendix, pp. 145, 146. 

* Pay of captain. « Pay of commander. 

' Pay of lieutenant commander. ' Pay of lieutenant., 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 



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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Bureau of Navigation — Con. 
Shipping Service 

Edward Ensor 

E. B. Grant 

Charles W. Matson 

J. R Lindhe 

F. C. Wiatt 

E. W. Voorhies 

J. C. Gilliam 

A. R. Smith 

L. F. O'Brien 

L. Nichols 

W. Macarthur 

F. M. Lathe 

Radio Service 

W. Van Nostrand, jr 

R. Y. Cadmus 

C. C. Kolster 

E. A. Beane.-- 

S. W. Edwards 

T. G. Deiler-- 

Arthur Batcheller 

John W. Swanson 

J. F. Dillon 

P. G. Watson 

O. R. Redfern 

Vessel Service, Enforcement oj 
Navigation Laws 



A. Lincoln Dryden 

Steaniboat Inspection Service 



George Uhler 

Dickerson N. Hoover. 
John K. Bulger 



Henry M. Seeley. 



George W. Harney 

William J. Macdonald. 

Oscar Q. Haines 

George M. Green 



Frederick J. Meno 

Nils B. Nelson 

Cecil N. Bean 

William Fisher 

Patent Office 



Shipping 
Shipping 
Shipping 
Shipping 
Shipping 
Shipping 
Shipping 
Shipping 
Shipping 
Shipping 
Shipping 

Calif. 
Shipping 



commissioner at Baltimore, Md 

commissioner at Boston, Mass 

commissioner at Galveston, Tex 

commissioner at New Orleans, La., 
commissioner at Newpoi t News, Va. 
commissioner at New York, N. Y.. 

commissioner at Norfolk, Va 

commissioner at Philadelphia, Pa_. 

commissioner at Portland, Me 

commissioner at Providence, R. I., 
commissioner at San Francisco, 



Md... 
Mass.. 
Tex... 

La 

Va.... 
N. Y.. 
Va.... 
Pa.-.. 
Me... 
R.I... 
Calif.. 



commissioner at Seattle, Wash Wash. 



Supervisor of radio, Atlanta, Ga 

Supervisor of radio, Baltimore, Md 

Supervisor of radio, Boston, Mass 

Supervisor of radio, Chicago, Dl 

Supervisor of radio, Detroit, Mich 

Supervisor of radio, New Orleans, La 

Supervisor of radio. New York, N. Y 

Radio inspector, Norfolk, Va 

Supervisor of radio, San Francisco, Calif. 
Assistant radio inspector, Savannah, Ga. 
Supervisor of radio, Seattle, Wash 



Senior navigation officer. 



Supervising inspector general 

Deputy supervising inspector general 

Supervising inspector, 1st dist., San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. 
Supervising inspector, 2d dist., New York, 

N. Y. 
Supervising inspector, 3d dist., Norfolk, Va.. 
Supervising inspector, 4th dist., St. Louis, Mo. 
Supervising inspector, 5th dist., Boston, Mass. 
Supervising inspector, 6th dist., Louisville, 

Ky., and 7th dist., Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Supervising inspector, 8th dist., Detroit, 

Mich. 
Supervising inspector, 9th di.st., Cleveland, 

Oh'io. 
Supervising inspector, 10th dist., New 

Orleans, La. 
Supervising inspector, 11th dist., Seattle, 

Wash. 



Chief clerk - 
Examiner in chief. 
Examiner in chief. 



Thomas E. Robertson Commissioner 

William A. Kinnan First assistant commissioner. 

Karl Penning Assistant commissioner. 

James A. Brearley 

Samuel E. Fonts. ._ 

E. S. Henry 

Webster S. Ruckman ' Examiner in chief. 

Frank C. Skinner .1 Examiner in chief 

Sidney F. Smith | Examiner in chief 

Theodore A. Hostetler Solicitor 

Robert F. Whitehead ' Law examiner 

C. H. Lane Law examiner 

G. P. Tucker i Law examiner 

E. Landers Law examiner 

I. P. Disney '• Law examiner 

M. J. Moore ! Law examiner _._ 

Charles H. Pierce j Examiner of classification 

H. I. Houston I Examiner of interferences (patents) 

T. H. Carnes _ Examiner of interferences (trade-marks). 

T. L. Mead, 1r. i Examiner of trade-marks 



Conn. 
Mich.. 

La 

La 

Ohio.- 

La 

Mass.. 
N. Y.. 
Va.... 
Ga_--. 
N. Y.. 



Pa... 
D. C. 
Calif. 

N. Y. 



Va.... 
Mich . 
N. J.. 
Tenn , 



Mich . 
Ohio.. 
Fla.... 
Calif.. 



Md.._ 
Mich . 
Ohio.. 
D. C 
N. C. 
Kans.. 
Mich . 
Mo... 
Mass.. 

Ill 

Va.... 
'Ind... 
Nebr.. 
N. Y.. 
Md... 
Va.... 
Tenn. 

Ill 

N.J... 
Ohio.. 



4th.. 
nth. 
7th-. 
1st-. 
1st.. 
8th.. 
2d... 
7th.. 
ist.- 
1st.. 
4th-. 

1st.. 



5th.. 
10th. 
2d... 
1st.. 
12th- 
1st-. 
nth. 
18th- 
8th.. 
1st.. 



1st.. 

4th.. 

'4th-" 

6th.. 

2d... 
1st.. 
2d... 
6th.. 

7th.. 

21st. 

2d.-. 

4th.. 



6th.. 
20th. 



4th.. 
2d... 
2d... 
12th. 
6th.. 



10th. 
13th. 
2d... 
34th. 



8th.. 
6th.. 
16th. 
8th.. 
21st. 



$3,000 
3,000 
2,400 
4,000 
2,100 
5,000 
2,400 
3,000 
2,400 
2,400 
4,000 

4,000 



3,300 
3,800 
3,800 
3,800 
3,800 
3,300 
4,000 
2,400 
3,800 
2,100 
3,300 



3,800 



6,500 
5,600 
3,800 

3,800 

3,800 
3,800 
3,800 
3,800 

3,800 

3,800 

3,800 

3,800 



6,500 
6,600 
5,600 
3,800 
5,200 
6,200 
5,200 
5,200 
5,200 
5,200 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4,200 
4,200 
5,000 
4,000 



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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Patent Office— Continued 
In charge of Examining Division.'. 



F. A. Loeffler (div. 1). 
C. F. Haden (div. 2).. 



William J. Rich (div. 3)._. 

A. D. Merritt (div. 4) 

J. F. MacNab (div. 5) 

A. M. Lowers (div. 6) 

0. G. Jarboe (div. 7) 

C. C.Henry (div. 8) 

F. M. Tryon (div. 9) 

O. F. Hunter (div. 10) 

H. C. Armstrong (div. 11)- 



P. P. Pierce (div. 12) 

J. W. Clift (div. 13) 

N. J. Brumbaugh (div. 14). 



W. L. Redrow (div. 15). 
C.J. Spencer (div. 16).. 
Q. S. Rafter (div. 17).... 
M. E. Porter (div. 18)... 



E. S. Glascock (div. 19) 

S. D. Grove (div. 20) 

W. L. Thurber (div. 21)-... 

J. H. Colwell (div. 22) 

W. D. Groesbeck (div. 23). 
C. O. Duras (div. 24) 



J.H. Lightfoot (div. 25).. 

J.S.Hodges (div. 26) 

L. S. Anderson (div. 27). 

A. R. Benson (div. 28)... 

B. N. Morris (div. 29).... 
M. R. Sullivan (div. 30). 



W. N. Holmes (div. 31) 

J. A. Bartholomew (div. 32). 



W. I. Wyman (div. 33). .^ 
G. R. Simpson (div. 34).. 
E. C. Reynolds (div. 35). 
G. L. Morton (div. 36)... 



Principal examiner, tillage, fences, gates 

Principal examiner, bee culture, dairy pre- 
serving, presses, tobacco. 

Principal examiner, electric heaters, electro- 
chemistry, metal founding, metallurgy. 

Principal examiner, conveyors, excavating, 
handling devices, and hoists. 

Principal examiner, harvesters, jewelry, 
music, acoustics, sound recording. 

Principal examiner, chemistry, industrial 
chemistry, concentrators. 

Principal examiner, amusement and exercis- 
ing devices, toys, optics, photography. 

Principal examiner, beds, chairs and seats, 
furniture, kitchen and table articles. 

Principal examiner, pumps, fluid current 
and hydraulic motors, turbines. 

Principal examiner, motor vehicles, land 
vehicles, animal draft appliances. 

Principal examiner, leather working, shoe- 
making, cutting and puncliing, driven, 
headed, and screw-threaded fastenings, 
naUing and stapling. 

Principal examiner, machine elements 

Principal examiner, metal working 

Principal examiner, sheet metal and wire 
working, tools. 

Principal examiner, glass, paper making, 
plastics, plastic block apparatus. 

Principal examiner, batteries, resistances 
and rheostats, telegraphy, telephony. 

Principal examiner, printing, ornamentation, 
paper manufactures and handling. 

Principal e.xaminer, expansible chamber 
motors, power plants, speed responsive de- 
vices. 

Principal examiner, stoves and furnaces, 
heating systems, fuel burners. 

Principal examiner, hardware, locks, safes, 
undertaking, closure fasteners. 

Principal examiner, cloth finishing, textiles, 
winding and reeling. 

Principal examiner, aeronautics, am.munition 
and guns, boats and ships, games. 

Principal examiner, recorders, registers, 
horology, time-controlling mechanism. 

Principal examiner, apparel, apparel ap- 
paratus, garment supporters, sewing 
machines. 

Principal examiner, agitating, butchering, 
centrifugal-bowl separators, cutlery, mUls, 
threshing vegetable cutters, gas separation. 

Principal examiner, electricity, generation 
and motive power, dynamo power plants. 

Principal examiner, brushing and scrubbing, 
laundry, washing apparatus. 

Principal examiner, internal combustion 
engines. 

Principal examiner, woodworking, abrading, 
boiing and diilling, chucks or sockets. 

Principal examiner, typewriters, fluid fuel 
burners, illumination, thermostats. 

Principal examiner, industrial chemistry 

Principal examiner, gas and liquid contact 
apparatus, heat exchange. 

Principal examiner, buUdings, bridges, roads, 
hydraulic and earth engineering. 

Principal examiner, railways, store service, 
fenders, pneumatic dispatches. 

Principal examiner, buckles, buttons, clasps, 
advertising, singals, toilet. 

Principal examiner, geometrical .and measur- 
ing instruments, weighers. 



Pa 

Iowa... 


16th... 
7th.... 


Mass... 


5th.... 


111. 


23d.... 


Mass... 


5th.... 


Nev... 




Md.... 


5th.... 


Term... 


2d 


D. C... 


1 


S. C... 


2d i 


Mass... 




W. Va. 
Mich.. 
Mo 


6th... .! 
10th.. .1 
llth...i 


Ohio... 


I2th...l 


Md .. 




Kans... 


1st 


Ohio .- 




Tex 


6th....| 


Mich... 


6th... .! 


Mass... 




Pa 


19th... 


D. C... 




Nebr... 


4th.... 


Va 




Md._.. 


4th.... 


Wash.. 


2d 


m 




D. C 




Ohio.... 


4th.... 


Mo.... 
Ohio... 


7th,... 


Mass... 


11th... 


Iowa... 


3d 


Md.... 


6th.... 


Ohio 









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91 



DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Continued 





OFFICI.\L TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong, 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 


Patent Office— Continued 

In charge of Examining Divi- 
sions— Continned 

E. C. Taylor (div. 37) 


• 

Principal examiner, circuit makeis and 
breakers. 

Principal examiner, animal husbandry, min- 
ing and quarrying, stone working, wells. 

Principal examiner, fluid pressure, pressure 
regulators, valves, water distribution. 

Principal examiner, receptacles, baggage 

Principal examiner, wheels and axles, wheel 
substitutes, resilient tires and wheels. 

Principal examiner, electrical conduits and 
housings, electric signaling. 

Principal examiner, dentistry, medicines, 
surgery, artificial limbs, railway draft 
appliances, baths and closets, sewerage. 

Principal examiner, dispensing, filling re- 
ceptacles, refrigeration, baking. 

Principal examiner, journal boxes, pulleys, 
and shafting lubrication. 

Principal examiner, fluid sprinkling, fire 
extinguishing, liquid vaporizers. 

Principal examiner, brakes, clutches, motors, 
spring devices, power-stop control. 

Principal examiner, electricity, conductors, 
and general applications. 

Principal examiner, check-controlled devices, 
driers, domestic cooking vessels, fuel, liquid 
purification, velocipedes. 

Principal examiner, plastic and coating 
compositions, coating, laminated fabric. 

Principal examiner, radiant energy, wave 
transmission, electric lamps. 

Principal examiner, supports, fire escapes, 
ladders, scaffolds, joint packing, pipe and 
rod joints or couplings. 

Principal examiner, stationery, education, 
printed matter, tents and canopies, cur- 
tains, shades, and screens. 

Principal examiner, designs 


Va 

Pa 

Conn... 

Va 

Me 

Wis.... 


7th.... 

5th.... 

1st.... 

10th... 
3d 


$4,000 


G. R. Ide (div. 38) 


4,000 
4,000 


A. W. Cowles (div. 39) 


J. J. Oberlin (div. 40) 


4,000 


J. I. Brown (div. 41) 


4,000 


H. O. Cutting (div. 42) 


4,000 


F. M . Hopkins (div. 43) 

C. H. Shaffer (div. 44) 

A. n. Giles (div. 45) 

C. L. Wolcott (div. 46) 

H. Barker (div. 47).. 


Mich.. 

Md.... 
N. Y... 
Nebr... 
Mass... 
Minn.. 


7th.... 

6th.... 
36th... 

2d 

5th.... 


4,000 

4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 


0. B. Roepke (div. 48) 


F. P. Edinburgh (div. 49) 

C. L. Blake (div. 50) 

C. D. Backus (div. 51). 


Kans... 

Mass... 
N. Y. . 


8th.... 

nth... 


4,000 

3,800 
4,000 
3,800 


E. T. Morgan (div. 52) 


W. Va. 

Nebr... 


3d 


M. K. Peck (div. 53) 


3,800 


C. 0. Markham ... 


Mich . . 

Va 

N.Y... 

Va 

D.C... 


3d 

8th.... 
28th... 
1st.... 


2,800 

2,900 
2 800 


Chiefs of Divisions 
A. C. Cosdon 


Chief, application division 


J.Hans. __ 


Chief, issue and gazette division 


W. 0. Ourand _ 


Chief, draftsman's division.. 


2,800 


W. B. Magruder 


Chief, assignm.ent division 


3,100 


David E. Wilson 


Chief, manuscript and lithograph division 

Chief, publications division 


Pa 

Md.... 
D.C. 


30th... 
4th...- 


2,900 
2,800 
2,800 
2,600 
2,900 
3,800 


H. C. Crew 


A.L.Pope 


Chief, mails and files division 


J. T.Johnson 


Chief, docket division . .... 


D.C... 




Finis D. Morris... .. . . 


Financial clerk. ^ 


D.C . 




M. O. Price. 


Librarian. . . . 


Ill 

Mich . . 
Calif... 
m 

Mich. . 
Okla... 
Calif.. - 
Mo.... 
N. J 


19th... 

6th.... 
8th.... 
7th.... 

12th... 

1st 

8th..-- 
15th... 


Bureau of Mines 
Scott Turner 


Director. 


6,000 
6,000 
2,900 

5,600 
5,200 
5,200 


Dorsev A. Lyon 


Assistant director _. 


John D. Secrest 


Chief clerk . 


Chiefs of Divisions 
Ozni P. Hood 


Chief, fuels division 


Harry H. Hill.. 


Chief, petroleum and natural gas division 


Frank L. Hess 


Matthew van Siclen 


Chief, mining research division 


5,200 


Thomas T. Read 


Chief, safety service division 

Chief, helium division 

Chief, surgeon's office (detailed from Public 
Health Service). 

Chief, explosion chemist 

Chief, mineral resources and statistics divi- 
sion. 

Information service 

Chief mining engineer 


5,200 


Roscoe A. Cattell- 


Okla... 


1st--.. 


5,200 


Royd R. Sayers ... 


Charles E. Munroe 


D.C 




5,200 
4,200 

4,800 
5,600 


Frank J. Knt?. 


Wis 

Calif... 
El 


5th.... 

6th.... 
10th... 


Carl E. Julihm . 


OeorgeS. Rice 



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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATiuN 



(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Bureau of Mines— Continued 
Field Stations 

Arno C. Fieldner 

Walter W. Scott 

Oliver C. Ralston 

Walter R. Crane 

George A. Bole 

Chauncey F. Cook 

Thomas L. Joseph 

Oliver Bowles 

Edmund S. Leaver 

Will H. Coghill. 

Thomas Varley 

Clyde E. Williams 

Spencer P. Howell 

Louis D. Tracy 

Field Offices 

Clifford P. Bowie 

Joseph W. Horne_- 

George E. McElroy 

Harry B. Hill 

Edward H. Denny 

Donald B. Dow 

Frank W. Davis 

Arthur W. Fahrenwald 

Dever C. Ashmead 

John S. Desmond 

Mineral Resources 

Charles W. Henderson 

John P. Dunlop. 

Victor C. Heikes 

James M. Hill 



Superintendent, Pittsburgh, Pa 

Superintendent, Bartlesville, Okla 

Superintendent, Berkeley, Calif 

Superintendent, Birniiugham-Tuscumbia, 
Ala. 

Superintendent, roluiiibus, Ohio 

Helium engineer. Fort Worth, Tex 

Superintendent, Minneapolis, Minn 

Superintendent, New Brunswick, N. J 

Superintendent, Reno, Nev 

Metallurgist, Rolla, Okla 

Superintendent, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Superintendent, Seattle, Wash 

Superintendent, Tucson, Ariz 

Superintendent, Urbana, 111 

Petroleum engineer, San Francisco, CaUf 

Associate oil chemist, Boulder, Colo 

Mining engineer, Butte, Mont 

Petroleum engineer, Dallas, Tex 

District engineer, Denver, Colo 

Engineer in charge, Laramie, Wyo 

Metallurgist, Lincoln, Nebr 

Associate ore dresser engineer, Moscow, Idaho 

Coal mining engineer, Wilkes-Barre, Pa 

Associate chemical engineer. Rifle, Colo 

Mineral geographer, Denver, Colo 

Associate economic analyst, Joplin, Mo 

Statistician, Salt Lake City, Utah 

Geologist, San Francisco, Calif 



Pa...- 
Tex... 
Wash. 
D.C.. 



N. Y.. 
Mich. 
Miim. 
Minn. 
Utah.. 
Oreg.. 
Mo... 
Utah.. 
Pa.... 
Pa.... 



Cahf.. 
Colo.. 
Utah.. 
Calif.. 
Wash. 
Nebr.. 
Pa.--. 
Idaho - 
Pa.... 
Calif.. 



Colo. 
Calif. 
Utah. 
IlL... 



31st. 
8th-. 
ist.- 



43d.. 
3d... 
5th.. 
5th.. 
2d... 
1st.. 
18 th. 
2d... 
30th. 
30th. 



6th.. 
2d-. 
2d... 
7th.. 
1st.- 
5th.- 
6th.- 
1st-. 
12th. 
6th.. 



1st. 
5th. 
2d.. 
2d.. 



$5,200 
4,600 
5,200 
4,600 

4,200 
5,200 
3,800 
4,000 
4,400 
4,200 
4,600 
4,400 
4,000 
3,800 



4,200 
3,000 
3,300 
4,200 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
3,000 
3,600 
3,000 



3,800 
3,100 
3,800 
3,800 



DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 



SECRETARY 

JAMES J. DAVIS, OF PENNSYLVANIA 

Compensation $15,000 per annum 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



Station is Washington, D. C, unless other- 
wise indicated 



Office of the Secretary 



Robe Carl White 

W. W. Husband 

Samuel J. Qompers.. 

Florence B. Wells 

George W. Love 

Shelby Smith 

Robert C. Starr 

Laura A. Thompson. 



Division of Conciliation 



Hugh L. Kerwin 

Edward J. Cunningham. 



Assistant Secretary. 

Second Assistant Secretary. 

Chief clerk and superintendent 

Private secretary to the Secretary . 

Disbursing clerk. 

Chief, division of publications and supplies. 

Appointment clerk. 

Librarian . 



Director of Conciliation 
Executive clerk 



Bureau of Labor Statistics 

Ethelbert Stewart j Commissioner of Labor Statistics 

Charles E. Baldwin ..] Assistant commissioner 

(Vacancy) .1 Chief editor 



J. C. Bowen. 

C. A. Bell. 

R. S. Billups 

Lucian W. Chaney. 

L. D. Clark 

J. M. Foster 



Bureau of Immigration 



Statistician 
Economist 
Economist 
Economist 
Economist 
Economist 



Harry E. Hull i Commissioner General of Immigration 

George E. Tolman i Assistant Commissioner General 



Edward J. Shaughnessy. 
Irving F. Wixon. 



William H. Smelser_.. 
Thomas G. Finucane_ 

Francis J. Phillips 

Q. Warren Stilson 

W. C. Welch. 



Assistant to Commissioner General. 

Special immigrant inspector (chief super- 
visor) . 

Chairman, member of board of review. 

Member board of review 

Member board of review 

Member board of review 

Junior member board of review 

William H. Wagner__ j Chief, accounts and personnel division. 

Otto W. Munster : Chief, warrant division 

Joseph J. Kunna Chief, statistical division 



Immigration Service 



Harry R. Landis. 



Samuel H. Howes. 




Commissioner of immigration, dist. 1, Mon- 
treal, Canada. 

District director, dist. 2, Portland, Me 

John P. Johnson. j Commissioner of immigration, dist. 3, Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

Commissioner of immigration, dist. 4, New 
York (Ellis Island). 

District director, dist. 5, Buffalo, N. Y 

Commissioner, dist. 6, Gloucester City, N. J. 

William H. Marshall I District director, dist. 7, Pittsburgh, Pa 

Thomas B. R. Mudd j Commissioner of immigration, dist. 8, Balti- 
more. 

District director, dist. 9, Norfolk ,Va_ 

District director, dist. 10, Jacksonville, Fla.. 

District director, dist. 11, Detroit, Mich 

District director, dist. 12, Cincinnati, Ohio,,. 



Henry H. Curran, 



William Flynn. 
John B. McCandless 



Mich. . 


4th.... 


Ohio... 


12th... 


Mass... 
Mass... 


ISt...- 

3d 


N. Y... 


33d...- 



Edwin B. Schmucker. 

Thomas V. Kirk 

Percy L. Prentis 

Thomas Thomas 



Md.. 
Md.. 



Pa... 

Tex... 
Mich- 
Ohio.. 



5th.... 
5th... -i 

2d I 

6th.... 

13th...! 
18th... I 

93 



4,600 

2,800 
4,600 

6,500 

3,800 
4,600 
2,800 
4,600 

3,000 
3,800 
3,800 
2,700 



94 



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DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

I (Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Bureau of Immigration— Con 

Immigration Service — Con. 

M. A. Koykendall 

Howard D. Ebey 

William W. Tuttle 

Olaf B. Holton 

Charles W. Seaman 

Frank Hays, jr 

Ellsworth P. Reynolds 

W^illiam M. Hanson 

Charles K. Andrews 

William R. Mansfield 

George K. Harris 

Alfred Hampton 

Luther Weedin 

Raphael P. Bonham 

John D. Nagle 

Walter E. Carr.... 

William G. Streneh 

Norval P. Nicholas 

Alfred E. Burnett 

James B. Bryan 

Children's Bureau 

Grace Abbott 

Katherine F. Lenroot 

Emma O. Lundberg 

Ellen N. Matthews 

Josephine A. Roche 

Henry Schultz 

Isabelle Mott Hopkins. ._ 

Laura Elmore 

Richard A. Bolt 

Blanche M. Haines 

Florence E. Kraker 

Martha M. Eliot 

Edith Reeves Solcnberger 

Bureau of Naturalization 

Raymond F. Crist 

Thomas B. Shoemaker 

Harry R. Burrill 

Henry B . Hazard 

J. H. Wagner 

William L. Soleau 

Naturalization Service 

James Farrell 

Merton A. Sturges 

John C. F. Gordon 

Jesse Thomas 

L. N. Kilman 

W. M. Ragsdale 

W. T. Shockley 

O. T. Moore 

Walter A. Kiefer 

Worthington Blackman 

F. J. Schlotfeldt. 

Thomas S. Grifflng _.. 

Walter Wheat ley 

Robert S. Coleman. 

A. H. Bode 

C. A. Ramsey 

Charles F. Tucker 

Del L. Sullivan 

P.J. Phillips 



District director, dist. 13, Atlanta, Ga __. 

District director, dist. 14, Chicago, 111 

Commissioner of immigration, dist. 17, New 

Orleans, La. 
District director, dist. 18, Grand Forks, N. 

Dak. 
District director, dist. 19, Minneapolis, Minn. 

District director, dist. 20, Omaha, Nebr 

District director, dist. 21, Kansas City, Mo.. 
District director, dist. 22, San Antonio, Tex.. 

District director, dist. 2.3, Helena, Mont 

District director, dist. 24, Denver, Colo 

District director, dist. 2.5, El Paso, Tex 

District director, dist. 26, Spokane, Wash 

Commissioner of immigration, dist. 28, 

Seattle, Wash. 

District director, dist. 29, Portland, Oreg 

Commissioner of immigration, dist. 30, 

San Francisco, Calif. 
District director, dist. 31, Los Angeles, Calif... 
District director, dist. 32, Ketchikan, Alaska- 
Commissioner of immigration, dist. 33, San 

Juan, P. R. 
District director, dist. 34, Honolulu, Hawaii.. 
District director, dist. 35, Galveston, Tex... 



Chief 

Assistant to the chief 

Director social service.. 

Director industrial division _ 

Economic analyst (director special studies)... 
Economic analyst (director statistical division) 
Associate economic analyst (director, editorial 

division). 

Chief clerk 

Specialist in maternal and infant hygiene 

Medical officer (director maternal and infancy 

division). 
Associate director, maternal and infancy 

division. 
Specialist in maternal and infant hygiene, 

New Haven, Conn. 
Associate economic analyst (expert studies 

crippled children), Philadelphia, Pa. 



Commissioner of Naturahzation 

Deputy Commissioner 

Chief clerk .' 

Chief naturalization examiner 

Chief naturalization examiner 

Chief division (chief naturalization examiner). 



Legal residence 



State 



Nebr... 
Mont.. 



N. Dak. 

N. Y... 
Colo... 
Tex.... 



Mont., 

Ariz 

N. Y... 
Mont.. 
Wash.. 

Oreg... 
Calif... 

Wis.... 
Mo.... 



Cong, 
dist. 



6th. 

1st. 



3d. 



31st - 
24th. 
13th_ 



1st.. 
1st.. 
7th.. 
1st.. 
2d.. 

1st.. 
5th.. 

6th.. 
7th.. 



Tex. 
Ky- 



12t.h. 
3d..- 



El 

Wis_._. 
Wis.... 

Mass... 
N. Y... 
D. C... 
Pa 



D. C... 
Md.... 
Mich.. 



Pa—. 
Conn. 
Pa.-.. 



D. C. 
D. C- 
D. C. 

Oreg. 
Pa... 

Md.. 



2d... 
3d-.. 
4th.. 
9th- 
17th. 



10th. 



5th. 
4th. 



3d .... 



Director, 
Director, 
Director, 
Director, 
Director, 
Director, 
Director, 
Director, 
Director, 
Director, 
Director, 
Director, 
Director, 
Direcotr, 
Director, 
Director, 
Director, 
Director, 
Director, 



dist. 1, 
dist. 2, 
dist. 3, 
dist. 4, 
dist. 5, 
dist. 6, 
dist. 7, 
dist. 8, 
dist. 9, 
dist. 10. 
dist. 11, 
dist. 12, 
dist. 13, 
dist. 14, 
dist. 15, 
dist. 16, 
dist. 17, 
dist. 18, 
dist. 19, 



Boston, Mass ! Mass.. 

New York, N. Y... Minn. 

Philadelphia, Pa I Calif.. 



Washington, D. C. 

Buffalo, N. Y 

Pittsburgh, Pa 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Detroit, Mich 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

, Birmingham, Ala 

, Chicago, 111.. 

, St. Louis, Mo 

, New Orleans, La 

, St. Paul, Minn 

, Omaha, Nebr 

, Kansas City, Mo 

, Fort Worth, Tex 

, Denver, Colo 

, Salt Lake City, Utah. 



N.J_ 

N. Y.. 

Ky.... 

Ga.-.. 

Mass.. 

Ohio.. 

Fla.... 

Nebr.. 

Minn. 

N. Y.. 

Va.... 

Colo.. 

Kans.. 

Tex... 

Idaho. 

Oreg.. 



3d— 
13th. 
6th.- 



13th.. 
8th... 
3d-... 
5th... 
40th.. 
4th... 
5th..- 
11th.. 
3d..- 
1st-.. 
3d.... 
4th..- 
27th.. 
3d— . 
1st... 
2d...- 
12th.- 
ist... 
2d.— 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 



95 



DEPARTMENT OF LABOR 

Continued 



Bureau of Naturalization^ 

Con. 

NaturaUzation Serrke^C on. 

John Speed Smith 

V. W. Tomlinson 

Paul Armstrong 

Frederick Jones 

Women's Bureau 

Mary Anderson 

Agnes L. Peterson 

Ethel L. Best 

Caroline Manning. 

Lillian M. Lewis. 

Employment Service 

In District of Columbia 

Francis I. Jones 

Mary Stewart 

William Henrv Davies 

Robert M. Pilkington 

George W. Harsch 

Outside District of Columbia 

Charles D. Brown 

Edward I. Bolton 

Barney Cohen 

Richard T. Jones 

Charles E. Wintersmith 

Quince Record 

Bureau of Industrial Housing 
and Transportation (U. S. 
Housing Corporation) 

In District of Columbia 

Robert Watson 

Thomas W. O'Brien 

L. E. Reed 

C. H. Gerner 

A. S. Ness 

J. J. Leonard 

A. D. Monteath 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION j Legal residence 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 

otherwise indicated) I State 



Director, dist. 2C, Seattle, Wash... 

Director, dist. 21, Portland, Oreg 

Director, dist. 22, San Francisco, Calif- 
Director, dist. 23. Los .\ngeles, Calif... 



Director 

Assistant director 

Industrial supervisor- 
Industrial supervisor- 
Chief clerk-. 



Director general 

Director, .junior division 

Director (industrial information division). 
Superintendent, District of Columbia ofiBce 
Chief clerk 

Director, dist. 1, Boston, Mass 

Director, dist. 2, New York, N. Y 

Director, dist. 3, Chicago, 111 

Director, dist. 4, Minneapolis, Minn 

Director, dists. 6 and 7, Louisville, Ky 

Director, dist. 8, Denver, Colo 



President 

Vice president 

Treasurer 

District supervisor 
Chief accountant-. 

Auditor.. 

Counsel 



Ky.— - 
Oreg--. 
Utah-.. 
Cahf... 



Ill 

Minn.. 

N.Y... 
Minn.. 
Md.... 



Cong, 
dist. 



N. J__ 
Colo.. 
Pa.... 
Ind... 
Ohio.. 



Mass.. 
N. Y-. 

Ill 

Minn- 
Ky—. 
Colo.. 



Mass.. 
Pa.... 

Mass.. 
N. Y.- 
N. Y- 
Vt.... 
N. C. 



8th.. 
3d.-. 
ist.- 
7th.. 



9th.. 
4th.. 
25th. 
5th . 
6th.. 



3d. 
3d- 
7th 
8th 
2d. 



6th.. 
1 7th-. 
2d-.. 
8th.. 
5th.. 
1st.. 



5th.. 
5th-. 
4th-. 
17th. 
6th.- 
1st.. 
10th. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



.$3, 800 
2,800 
3,800 
3,200 



5,400 
4,200 
3,100 
3,100 
2,700 



5,200 
4,600 
3,000 
3,000 
2,800 



3,600 
3,600 
3,600 
3, 600 
3,000 
3,600 



5,000 
4,800 
4,800 
3, 600 
3,600 
3,300 
3,300 



59927—251 8 



MISCELLANEOUS 



INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


Clyde B. Aitchison 


C ommissioner, chairman 


Oreg... 

Wis.... 

Ky 

Colo... 
Mass... 
Wis.... 
Wash . . 
Ind.... 
N. J.__ 
D. C... 


3d 

9th.... 
5th.... 
2d 


$12, 000 






12,000 


Charles C McChord 


Commissioner . 


12, 000 


Henry C. Hall 


Commissioner 


12. 000 




Commissioner . 


13th...' 12.000 




Commissioner. . . 


7th.... 
5th.... 
7th.... 
5th.... 


12,000 


J. B. Campbell 


Commissioner... . 


12,000 






12,000 




Commissioner 


12, 000 




Commissioner . . 


12,000 




Commissioner .. 


N. Y.._ 

Ga 

D.C... 


25th... 


12.000 


George B. McGintv. 


Secretary. .. 


6th... .1 7.500 




Assistant secretary .. .. 




4,000 


T Leo Haden 


Chief clerk and purchasing agent 


D. C... 




3,100 




Disbursing clerk 


D. C... 




3,600 


John B. Switzer 


Appointment clerk and personnel ofBcer 

Director, Bureau of Accounts 


Md_... 


6th.... 


3,600 




Ill 9th.... 

Oreg... 3d 


7, 500 


Charles D. Mahaffle 




10,000 


Ulvsses Butler 


Chief examiner, Bureau of Formal Cases 

Chief, Bureau of Informal Cases 


Pa 

Pa 

N. Y... 

Vt 

Colo... 

Wash.. 
Wis.... 
Ill 

Wis.... 
Okla... 
Minn.. 


31st. _. 


7,500 




10th... i 5.200 


John J. Ilickey . 


Chief and attorney, Bureau of Inquiry 

Chief counsel. Bureau of Law 


37th... 
2d..-- 

2d 

3d 

•7th.... 
3d 

3d 

5th.... 
3d 


6,000 


Patrick J Farrell 


10,000 


Alonzo G. Pack 


Chief inspector, Bureau of Locomotive In- 
spection. 
Chief inspector (Director), Bureau of Safety.. 
Director, Bureau of Service 


6,000 


Wilfred P. Borland 


6,000 


WUliam P Bartel 


7,500 


E. H. DeGroot, jr 


Director, Bureau of Signals and Train Con- 
trol Devices. 
Director, Bureau of Statistics 


7,500 




7,500 


W. V Hardie 


Director, Bureau of Traffic 


10, 000 


Charles F. Staples 


Actine director. Bureau of Valuation 


1 9, 000 




1 



UNITED STATES RAILROAD LABOR BOARD 

[The offices of the board are located at 608 South Dearborn Street, Chicago, 111.) 

[Section 304 of public law No. 152, Sixty-sixth Congress (the railroad act), provides for aboard to be known 
as the Railroad Labor Board, to be composed of nine members, to be appointed by the President, by and 
with the advice and consent of the Senate, as follows: Three members constituting the labor group, repre- 
senting the employees and subordinate officials of the carriers; three members constituting the manage- 
ment group, representing the carriers; and three members constituting the public group, representing 
the public] 



Ben W. Hooper 

Horace Baker 

J. H. Elliott 

E. F. Grable 

Q. W. W. Hanger.. 

Samuel Higgins 

W. L. McMenimen 

E. P. Morrow 

A. O. Wharton 

L. M. Parker 

T. E. Bickers 

G. A. Cook 

C. J. Crawford 

J. W. Walsh 

M. W. Hart 



Member, chairman 

Member 

Member 

Member 

Member 

Member 

Member 

Member 

Member. 

Secretary... 

Examiner 

Examiner... 

Examiner 

Examiner 

Chief statistician. . . 



Tenn . 




Ohio. 




Tex 




Mich . 




D. C. 




N. Y... 




Mass 




Ky 




Mo 




Tenn._ 

Va 

111 

Md.... 
Mass... 
N. C... 


2d 

3d 

2d 

3d.-... 
11th... 
2d 



$10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
5,000 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,300 



96 



Official Register of the United States, 1926 
UNITED STATES SHIPPING BOARD ' 



97 



Offices of the Board 

T. V. O'Connor 

Edward C. Plummer 

William S. Benson. 

Bert E. Haney. 

William S. Hill 

Meyer Lissner 

John Henry Walsh 

Frank A. Lord 

J. C. Jenkins 

Angelo Conti.. 

John Nicolson 

Thomas A. Wadden 

Virgil C. Miller 

A. L. Lansdale 

C. O. Arthur___ 

Roy H. Morrill 

E.J Skidmore 

M. L. Fowler 

Legal Department 

Chauncey G. Parker 

Stephen Barker 

A. M. Boal 

Disbursing Office 

Edward H. Schmidt 

Heber M. Wells 

Recruiting Service 

W. P. Seymour 

Harrington Pike 

A. L. Khne 

Charles W. Sanders 

Frank H. Haines. _.. 

J. W. S. Butt 

F. W. Spencer 

Pascal C. Pozzi 

L. S. Howell 

Harold C. Jones 

J. Howard Payne 



OFFICIAI, TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Commissioner, chairman 

Commissioner, vice chairman.. 

Commissioner 

Commissioner 

(Commissioner 

Commissioner 

Commissioner 

Special investigator 

Special expert. Bureau of Operations , 

Consulting expert, Bureau of Construction 

Special expert. Bureau of Traffic 

Senior examiner. Bureau of Finance 

Chi^f, Division of Statistics 

Examiner, Bureau of TralBc 

Examiner, Bureau of Regulation 

Secretary 

Chief personnel officer 

Purchasing agent _ 

General counsel 

Assistant to general counsel 

Admiralty counsel 

Disbursing officer 

Assistant disbursing officer 

Assistant to director, Washington 

Shipping agent, Boston 

Special agent, New York 

Agent, Philadelphia 

Agent, Baltimore 

Agent, Norfolk 

Agent, Savannah 

Agent, New Orleans 

Agent, San Francisco ___ 

Agent, Portland 

Agent, Seattle.. 



Legal residence 



State *^°°S- 
^^^^^ dist. 



N. Y... 

Me 

Ga 

Greg... 
S. Dak. 
Calif... 

La 

N. Y... 
N. Y... 

Pa 

N. Y... 
S. Dak. 
Iowa... 
D. C... 
Ind.... 
Mass... 
Mich . 
S. C... 



N. J.. 
N. J.. 

Mass. 



Ind.. 
Utah. 



N. Y., 
Mass. 
N. Y- 
Pa... 
Md.. 
Va... 
Ga... 

La 

Calif. 
Oreg. 
Wash. 



42d. 
2d... 
6th.. 
3d... 
10th. 
2d... 



17th_ 
21st. 
1st.. 
27th. 
1st.. 
5tb-. 



7th. 
9th. 
6th. 
5th. 



8th.. 
10th. 
8th.. 



7th.. 
2d... 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



1st.. 
nth 

5th., 
6th., 
4th. 
2d.., 
1st.. 
2d.. 
5th. 
3d-. 
1st., 



$12, 000 

12, 000 

12,000 

12,000 

12, 000 

12, 000 

12, 000 

27,200 

2 10, 000 

27,500 

7,500 

5,000 

24,200 

24,000 

4,000 

5,200 

2 3, 900 

3,000 



2 15, 000 

2 7, 500 

8,500 



2 10, 000 
2 7, 000 



2 4, 200 
2 3, 300 
2 4, 200 
2 3, 300 
23,600 
2 3, 300 
2900 
23,000 
2 3, 300 
2 3, 000 
23,600 



• The annual report of the Shipping Board for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1925, contains a complete 
list of the employees of the board on June 30, 1925, by name, designation, legal residence, and com- 
pensation. 

2 Paid from Emergency Fleet Corporation funds. 

UNITED STATES SHIPPING BOARD EMERGENCY FLEET CORPORATION 



Board of Trustees ] 

I 

Elmer E. Crowley _ [ President ! N. Y... 

George K. Nichols _._ [ Assistant to president and trustee ! Pa 

Asa F. Davison I Trustee and vice president in charge of Mass... 

j operations. 

Wilson B. Keene Trustee and vice president in charge of traflBc. N. Y... 

J. Harry Philbin. Trustee and manager of ship sales Md 

Edward H. Schmidt .1 Trustee an<l treasurer Ind 

Office of the SecTetary 

Roy H. Morrill I Secretary Mass... 

E. J. Skidmore ' Chief personnel officer.. Mich.. 

' Receives compensation only as vice president in charge of operations (see p. 99). 

2 Receives compensation only as vice president in charge of traffic (see p. 99). 

3 Receives compensation only as manager of ship sales (see p. 100). 
< Receives compensation only as treasurer (see p. 100). 

' Paid from United States Shipping Board appropriation. 



6th.... 


$18,000 


10th... 


9,000 


13th... 


(') 


6th.... 


(3) 


2d 


(3) 


7th.... 


(') 


9th...- 


»5,200 


6th.... 


3,900 



98 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 



UNITED STATES SHIPPING BOARD EMERGENCY FLEET CORPORATION 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATDN 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 



Investigation Department 
Frank Burke 

Statistical Department 

C. P. Stone 

Legal Department 

Chauncey O. Parker 

Stephen Barker... 

Thomas H. Madigan. 

Ralph H. Hallett 

A. M. Boal 

Field Executives 

United States 

J. N. Patton 

Warren F. Purdy. . 

Capt. R. D. Gatewood, U. S. 
Navv. 

G. F. Blair 

Malcolm V. McFarland 

A. G. Malone 

C. S. Nye 

Elmo L. Davison 

F. W. Relvea 

J. W. Criehton 

R. M. Watkins 

Orient 

R. C. Morton... 

R. M. Johnson 

George H. Cassell 

D. C. Thornton 

W. I. Eisler _ 

A. F. Henry 

South America 

Clifford W. Smith 

Gaillard T. Lowry 

J. J. Henry. 

George J. Anderson 

R. A. Gibson 

Office of Vice President in 
Charge of European Affairs 



Joseph E. Sheedy.. 
E. P. Erckenbrack. 

A. Prangnell 

G. B. Howard 



E. E. Lawton. 



G. B. Moore 

C. K. Ford 

L. E. Anderson. 
J. F. Keating... 
W. L. Slattery.. 

W. Wilson 

E. A. Worley... 
T.A.Miller.... 



Manager 

Staff assistant in charge 

General counsel 

Assistant to general counsel 

Assistant counsel in charge of claims, claims 
division. 

Assistant counsel, law division...: 

Admiralty counsel, admiralty division 



District director, Philadelphia- 
District director, Boston.. 

District director. New York 



N.Y. 



Calif. 



N. J..-. 
N. J.... 
N.H... 



6th.... 



5th.... 



8th.. 
10th. 
2d... 



Mass... 12th. 
Mass... 8th.. 



District 
District 
District 
District 
District 
District 
District 
District 



director, Norfolk. ._ 

director. Savannah 

director, New Orleans.. 

agent, Galveston _ 

agent, Mobile 

director, San Francisco, 
agent, Portland, Oreg... 
director, Seattle 



Director for the Orient, Manila. 
District engineer. Hong Kong... 

General agent, Honolulu 

General agent, Kobe 

Agent, Shanghai 

Acting agent, Yokohama 



Director for Brazil, Rio de Janeiro 

Port Representative, Santos, Brazil.... 
Port Superintendent engineer, Balboa. 

General agent, St. Thomas 

Director for Argentine, Buenos Aires.. 



Vice president 

Director for Europe, London 

Manager, operating division, London 

Manager, maintenance and repair division, 

London. 
Assistant manager, purchase and supply 

division, London. 

Manager, traffic, London 

Advertising manager, London 

Legal advisor, London 

District comptroller, London 

Disbursing officer, Jjoudon 

District representative, Liverpool 

District representative, Dublin 

District operating representative, Genoa 



N.Y. 
Fla... 



Oreg.. 
Va-... 
Va.-.. 
Mass.. 
Ala... 
Calif.. 
Oreg.. 
N. J— 



Calif. 
Calif. 
Calif. 
Fla.. 



Tenn. 



Mich.. 



N.J.. 
Va... 
Calif- 



N. Y.. 
Wash.. 
N. Y.. 
N. Y... 

Mich - . 

Wash.. 
D. C... 
Calif... 
N. Y... 

Mass— . 
Tes.... 

Ul 

N. Y.. 



8th.. 
2d... 



2d... 
1st-. 
2d... 
16th- 
18th. 
8th.. 
3d... 

nth. 



1st.. 
11th. 
9th.. 
3d... 



8th... 



4th. 



12th. 
1st-. 
10th. 



1st.. 
1st.. 
21st. 
nth. 

6th.. 

2d... 



8th.. 
21st- 
11th. 
6th.. 
19th. 
5th.. 



' Pay of rank; see Navy Pay Tables in Appendix, pp. 145, 146. 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 



UNITED STATES SHIPPING BOARD EMERGENCY FLEET CORPORATION 

Continued 



99 



OfBce of Vice President in 
Charge of European 

Affairs — Continued 

C. MacGregor 

\V. J. Rague 

D. A. Sullivan 

A. T. Ross ---. 

A. A. Tennant 

Operations 

Asa F. Davison 

James F. Paige 

W. W. Chisholm.... 

Ulric J. Gendron... 

H. Y. Saint... 

M. W. Bowen 

Traffic Department 

Wilson B. Keene 

J. E. Andrews 

F. O. Frieser 

European and Mediterranean 
Trades Division 



John F. Gehan. 
James Sinclair'.. 



Far East and Long Voyage 
Division 



George F. Foley. 
Victor J. Freeze.. 



West Indies and South American 
Division 

E.W.Hawkins 

Arthur Pasch 

Chartering Division 

Henry Geib 

Claims Division 

F. T. Underwood 

Passenger and Mails Division 

F. M. Darr 

P. J. Gavin 

J. G. Thompkins 

A. C. Cocke 

B. W. Henry. 

W. W. Minor 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



District traffic representative, Genoa 

District operating representative, Copenhagen 
District operating representative, Hamburg.. 
District operating representative, Antwerp... 
District traffic representative, Antwerp 

Vice president in charge of operations 

Assistant to vice president 

Manager, opcrLiting division, San Francisco.. 
Manager, contract division 

Manager, stevedoring and terminal division.. 
Manager, purchase and supply division 

Vice president, in charge of traffic. 

-Assistant to vice president, in charge of traffic. 
Traffic manager 



Manager.. 

Manager, New York. 



Manager 

Manager, New York. 



Manager 

Manager, New York 

Manager, New York 

Manager 

Manager 

Traffic manager, Boston 

Traffic manager, Baltimore 

Traffic manager. New Orleans. 

Traffic manager, Galveston 

Traffic manager, San Francisco 



Legal residence 



State 



N. Y. 
N. Y- 
N. Y. 
Md.. 
D. C. 



Mass.. 
Mass.. 
Calif.. 
Mass.. 
Wash. 
Va.... 



N.Y. 
N.Y. 
N.J.. 



Minn. 
Calif.. 



Mass. 
Md.. 



Pa... 
N.Y. 



?:.Y. 



D. C. 



B.C. 

Mass. 
S.C. 
D.C. 

Tex.- 
Calif. 



Cong, 
dist. 



6th.. 
nth. 
24th. 
4th.. 



13th. 
11th. 
6th.. 
7th.. 
1st.. 
8th.. 



6th.. 
28th. 
9th. 



4th.. 
19th. 



12th. 
3d... 



1st.. 
7th.. 



5th. 



12th. 
6th.. 



7th. 
6th. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$4, 500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4,200 



15,000 
7,000 
6,500 
7,500 
8,500 
7,500 



15,000 
6,800 
8,000 



5,100 
6,800 



4,500 
5,400 



5,100 
4,200 



3,300 



4,800 



4,200 
3,900 
4,200 
4,500 

2,700 
4,500 



100 



Official Register of the United States, 1926 



UNITED STATES SHIPPING BOARD EMERGENCY FLEET CORPORATION 

Continued 



TraflSc Department— Con. 

Inland Offices Division 



Louis F. Klein 

B. S. Bixler 

L. C. Ncff 

Thomas P. Hay 

JudsonT. Smith 

Donald F. Washburn. 

Joseph S. Houston 

K. J. Whitmire 

Frank L. Jordan 



Advertising Department 

Charles Speaks 

Construction Department 

Thomas D. Pitts 

Marine Insurance Department 
B. K. Ogden 

Sliip Sales Department 
J. Harry Philbin 

OflBce of the Treasurer 



Edward H. Schmidt. 

Heber M. Wells 

J. C. Nagel...- 

A. W. Martin 

Roy A. Perry. 

S. G. Carlton 

C.B.Taw... 

J, A. Brooke 



Comptroller's Department 



Donald S. Morrison.. 

L. D. Parmelee 

George Montgomery. 

J. C. McDonald 

F. J. Morton 

W. A. Earner. 

R. D. Jordan 

C. H. McDaniel 

H. G. Murphy. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Assistant 
Manager, 
Manager, 
Manager, 
Manager, 
Manager, 
Manager, 
Manager, 
Manager, 



to vice president . . . 
New York office... 
Cincinnati office. _. 

Chicago office 

Detroit office 

Kansas City office. 

Memphis office 

Minneapolis office . 
St. Louis office 



Advertising manager, New York. 



Manager 



Director of insurance. 



Manager. 



Treasurer.. I 

Assistant Treasurer 

Disbursmg officer. New York 

Disbursing officer, Norfolk 

Disbursing officer, New Orleans... 
Disbursing officer, San Francisco.. 
Disbursing officer, Portland, Oreg. 
Disbursing officer, Seattle 



General comptroller. 

General auditor 

Resident auditor, Philadelphia 

District auditor, Boston 

District comptroller. New York 

District auditor, Baltimore 

District auditor, Norfolk 

District comptroller. New Orleans.. 
District comptroller, San Francisco. 



C. F. Larson Agency auditor, Portland, Oreg. 

P. B. McHale District auditor, Seattle. 



U. S. Lines 



T. H. Rossbottom General manager, New York Conn..! 4th... 



Legal residence 



State 



D. C 

N. Y.. 
Va.... 
Ala... 
Minn. 
N. Y.. 
Tenn. 
Minn. 
Ariz... 



Ohio. 



Md. 



N. J... 



Md.... 



Ind... 
Utah.. 
N. Y.. 
Va.... 
Pa.... 
Calif.. 
Oreg. . 
Calif.. 



N. J.. 

Vt.... 
Pa... 
Mass. 
Pa... 
Va.... 
Va.... 
Oa.... 
Calif.. 
Oreg.. 
Calif.. 



Cong, 
dist. 



9th. 



2d. 



12th.. 
2d.... 
9th... 
5th... 
15th.. 
10th.. 
5th... 
At L. 



15th... 



7th.... 

2d.... 

22d... 

2d.... 

24th.. 

4th... 

3d.... 

6th... 



4th.... 

1st 

6th.... 
10th .. 
5th.... 
4th.... 

2d 

4th.... 
5th.... 

3d 

3d 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$6, 500 
3,900 
4,000 
5,500 
4,000 
4,500 
4,000 
4,000 
4.000 



6.000 



7,500 



7,200 



10,000 



10, 000 
7,000 
5, 000 
3,000 
3,300 
3,600 
3,000 
3,000 



10,000 
6,000 
2.400 
3,000 
6,000 
3,000 
2,700 
4,000 
3,900 
2,160 
3,600 



15,000 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 



101 



THE PANAMA CANAL 



Executive Department 

Col. M. L. Walker, U. S. Army 

C. A. Mellvaine 

John H. Smith 

Guy Johannes '. 

C. H. Calhoun. - --- 

W. W. Andrew — 

T. S. Booz -. - 



F.Edward Mitchell. 



Department of Operation 
and Maintenance 

Col. Harry Burgess, U. S. Army. 
Maj. F. C. Harrington, U. S. 
Army. 

W. L. Hersh 

W. R. Holloway 

E. D. Stillwell 

E. S. Randolph... 

O. E. Malsbury 

R. Z. Kirkpatrick 

G. W. Green 

J. G. Claybourn__ 

Leonard Foote 

Capt. J. H. Tomb, U. S. Navy. 
Commander W. F. Jacobs, 

U. S. Navy. 
Commander E. W. Tod, T^. S. 

Navy. 
O. Maessen 

F. Kariger 

Commander R. P. Schlabach, 

U. S. Navy. 
H. H. E^ I s 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Official Station is Canal Zone unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Governor 

E.xecuti ve secretary 

Chief clerk, executive office - 

Chief, police and fire division 

Chief, division of civil afl'airs 

Superintendent of schools - - - 

General secretary, bureau of clubs and play- 
grounds. 
District attorney, Canal Zone 



E ngineer of maintenance 

Assistant engineer of maintenance. 



Electrical engineer 

Superintendent, Pacific locks 

Superintendent, Gatun locks 

Office engineer 

Assistant engineer, section of surveys. 

C hief hydrographer 

Municipal engineer 

Superintendent, dredging division 

Assistant engineer, dredging division. 

Marine superintendent — 

Captain of the port, Cristobal 



Captain of the port, Balboa- 



Lieut. Cla ' 

Navy. 
W. H. Stone 



O. Kell, U. S. 



Supply Depai tment 

R. K. Morris 

Roy R. Watson.. 

J. B. Fields 

E. H. Parmelee 

B. C. Poole 

J. M. King- 

C. Peters 

A. P. E. Doyle 



Inspector of hulls and boilers 

Pilot in charge, lighthouse subdivision . 
Superintendent, mechanical division... 



Assistant superintendent, mechanical divi- 
sion. 

Assistant to the superintendent, mechanical 
division. 

Production superintendent, Cristobal shops. 



Chief quartermaster 

Superintendent 

Constructing quartermaster 

General storekeeper 

District quartermaster, .\ncon-Balboa... 
District quartermaster, Cristobal-Gatun. 

District quartermaster, Pedro Miguel 

Printer, The Panama Canal Press 



Accounting Department 

El wyn Greene j Auditor. 

Wilson H. Kromer i Assistant auditor on the Isthmus. 

Robert W. Glaw 1 Paymaster. 

Alfred H. Mohr --j Collector. 

John J. Luckey i Chief accountant 

Samuel Bardelson Chief examiner 

H. H. Hudson.. Claim officer 

M. L. DufT - - Railroad accountant. 



Health Department 

Col. W. P. Chamberlain, U. S. 
Army. 

Dr. D. P. Curry 

Surg. C. P. Knight, U. S. P. H. S. 
Lieut. Col.W. L. Pyles, U. S. 

Army. 
Maj. John Wallace, U. S. Army. 
Capt. G. E. IIesner,U. S. Army. 

Dr. Henry Goldthwaite 

Dr. J. L. Byrd 

Dr. C. A. Hearne 

Dr. J. D. Odom 



Chief health officer. 



Assistant chief health officer 

Chief quarantine officer 

Superintendent, Ancon Hospital.. 

Superintendent, Colon Hospital... 
Superintendent, Corozal UospitaL 

Health officer of Panama - . . 

Health officer of Crist bal-Colon. .. 

Quarantine officer, Cristobal 

Quarantine officer, Balboa 



Legal residence 



Va 

Ohio... 
D. C... 
Md.... 
Ind... 
N. Y... 
Pa 



D.C. 



Cong, 
dist. 



21st. 



3d... 
12th. 
26th. 
13th. 



Miss. 
Va-.. 



Pa.... 

Ill 

N. Y.. 

La 

Mo... 
Colo.. 
Pa-..- 
Minn- 
N. Y.. 
Fla-- 
Conn . 



9th.. 
7th-- 
30th. 
6th.. 
15th- 
3d... 
15th. 
1st-- 
25th. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Ohio--- 


18th-. 


N. Y . 




N. Y..- 


8th.... 


Ohio-.- 


14th... 


111 


9th--.- 


Ill 




Calif... 




Mo---- 


4th--. 


Miss..- 


8th--.- 


Tex.... 


8th--- 


Ind.... 


7th---- 


N. Y... 


34th... 


S. C... 


1st 


Tex 


5th.... 


N. Y... 


17th-. 


Va 


8th.... 


Pa 


26th... 


m 


13th... 


Ind-... 


7th..-. 


Ohio.-- 


1st 


111 


5th...- 


Mass... 


11th... 


Va 


3d 


Me 


2d 


Ky 


5th.... 


D. C... 




D. C. 




s. c ... 




Iowa... 


4th.... 


Ala 


ISt-..- 


Ga 


5th..-- 


Idaho.. 


ist 


Ala 


3d 



'Includes U. S. Army or Navy pay. 

2 Pay of rank; no additional compensation for service with The Panama Canal. 

' U. S. Publie Health service pay; see footnote on p. 23. 



' $10,000 
6,000 
4,600 
4,800 
4,800 
4,800 
3,900 

5,000 



1 7, 500 
1 6, 000 

5,200 
4,800 
4,800 
4,600 
4,400 
4,200 
4,800 
5,800 
4,600 
1 7, 000 
(=) 

(') 

3,780 
5,100 

5,400 
5, 100 
5,400 



7,000 
5,400 
5,400 
4,600 
4,200 
3,900 
3,600 
4,200 



7,000 
5,400 
5,000 
5,000 
4,200 
3,700 
3,700 
3,700 



1 7,000 

5,400 

'7,000 

' 4, 800 
' 4,800 
4,800 
4,400 
4,600 
4,400 



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THE PANAMA CANAL 

Continued 



Courts 

O. H. Martin... 

Irvin M. Lieser 

J. W. Blackburn 

R. A. Wade 

Washington, D. C, Office 

A. L. Flint .... 

Ray L. Smith 

E. D. Anderson 

Noble Moore 

W. A. E. Doying 



OFFICIAL TITLK AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



District judge, Canal Zone 

Marshal of Canal Zone 

Magistrate, Balboa 

Magistrate, Cristobal 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



General purchasing officer and chief of office. 

Assistant to the chief of ofhce 

Chief clerk, purchasing department 

Assistant auditor and legal adviser 

Inspecting engineer 



-! Ohio.. 

- 111...., 
. Mo... 

- Tenn. 
J N. Y. 



Idaho. .i 2d.. 
Iowa.-.; 7th. 

Ky 1 7th. 

Iowa...; 5th. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



17th. 
12th. 
12th. 
10th. 
18th. 



$7,500 
5,000 
3,600 
3,600 



6,000 
4,000 
4,400 
5,200 
5,400 



UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION 

The act of February 28, 1920, authorizes the President to adjust, settle, liquidate, and wind up all of the 
matters, including compensation, and all questions in dispute of whatsoever nature arising out of or inci- 
dent to Federal control. The act provides that the President shall have the right at all reasonable times 
until the affairs of Federal control are concluded to inspect the property and records of all carriers whose 
railroads or systems of transportation were at any time under Federal control. 



James C. Davis -- 


Director General 

General solicitor 






$25,000 


A. A. McLaughlin 


Ill 

D. C 


10th... 


18,000 


S.F.Andrews . . 


General attorney _ 


8,400 


L. J. Tracv-.. 


Comptroller _ . 


Nebr._- 
S. C... 

Te.x 

N. J.... 
N. J.... 


2d 

4th 

7th.... 
6th.... 
6th.... 


15,000 


0. Thacker 


Assistant to comptroller _ .. 


7,200 


E. H. Frank 


Auditor 


6,000 


C. L. Stryker... 


Treasurer 


6,000 


A. W. Stoll 


Chief clerk 


4,200 









FEDERAL POWER COMMISSION 



Dwight F. Davis Secretary of War, commissioner, chairman. 

Hubert Work I Secretary of the Interior, commissioner 

William M. Jardine \ Secretary of Agriculture, commissioner 



O. C. Merrill. 

Maj. Glen E. Edgerton, U. S. 

Army. 
Maj. Lewis W. Call, U. S. 

Army (retired). 

Wilham V. King 

F. W. Griffith 



Executive secretary. 
Chief engineer 2. 



Chief counsel '' 



Chief accountant 2. 
Chief clerk* 



Calif... 
Kans... 



Md. 



Tex.. 
N. Y. 



6th.. 
5th.. 



6th.. 



16th. 
43d.. 



' Receives no additional compensation for service on the commission. 

* Assigned to duty from the War Department, Engineer Department. 

' Assigned to duty from the War Department, Office of the Judge Advocate General. 

* Assigned to duty from the Interior Department, General Land Office. 



$6, 500 
(1) 

(') 

7.500 
2,800 



BOARD OF ROAD COMMISSIONERS FOR ALASKA 

This board, composed of engineer officers of the United States Army, who receive no additional com- 
pensation for service on the board, is charged by law with the construction, repair, and maintenance 
of roads, tramways, ferries, bridges, and trails in the Territory of Alaska. The War Department has 
fixed the organization of the board as follows: The senior officer on duty, to be designated as the president, 
shall have general charge of the operations of the board; the engineer officer shall supervise the work of 
construction in the field; the third officer shall act as disbursing officer of the board. 



Maj. James G. Steese (retired).. 

Maj. Lunsford E. Oliver 

First Lieut. Harry V,. Fisher..- 
Second Lieut. ArieighT. BelL. 
Second Lieut. Frank A. Pettit. 



President, Juneau, Alaska 

Engineer officer 

Secretary and disbursing officer. 

Assistant to president 

.\ssistant to president 



1 Pay of rank; see Army Pay Tables in Appendix, pp. 143, 144. 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 103 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



Offices of the Commission 

Thomas O. Marvin 

Alfred P. Dennis 

Edward P. Costigan... 

Henry H. Qlassie 

Albertiis H. Baldwin 

Edgar B. Brossard 

John F. Bethune 

Scientific and Technical 
Divisions 

George P. Comer 

A. Manuel Fox... 

C. R. DeLong .._ 

W. A. Graham Clark _. 

Charles E. McNabb 

Benjamin B. Wallace 

F. Morton Leonard 

Charles O. Townsend. 

Oscar A. Juve. 

Charles F. Yauch 

Frederick L. Koch 

Franklin H. Smith 

Harry H.Newton 

George H. Parater 

Stella Stewart 

Field Service 

Frederick A chenbach 

Henry H. Waters 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



Commissioner, chairman 

Commissioner, vice chairman 

Commissioner 

Commissioner. 

Commissioner 

Commissioner 

Secretary 



Chief, investigator __ 

Chief, economics division 

Chief, chemical division 

Chief, textile division 

Chief, legal division 

Chief, foreign relations division... 

Acting chief, metals division 

Chief, sugar division 

Acting chief, agricultural division 

Chief, sundries division 

Chief, ceramics division 

Chief, wood and paper division.. 

Chief, accounting division 

Chief, transportation division 

Chief, statistical division 



Representative in Europe, Brussels, Belgium. 
Chief, New York office 



State 



Mass. 

Md.. 

Colo.. 

D. C. 

N. Y 

Utah. 

Va... 



Conn. 
N. Y.. 
Me.. . 
Mass.. 
D. C 
111 .... 
N. Y.. 
Kans.. 
Wis... 
Ohio.. 
Md... 
D. C. 
Va..- 
Va.... 
Colo.. 



Mo_... 

N.Y.. 



Cong, 
dist. 



3d.-. 
25th. 

ISt-- 

13th. 



10th 

14th. 

7th.- 

2d-. 

7tli.. 

ist.- 



8th. 
3d.. 
2d.. 



10th. 
21st. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$7, 500 
7, 500 
7, 500 
7,500 
7,500 
7,500 
5,200 



6,000 
0, 000 
5,600 
5,600 
5,200 
5,200 
4,600 
4,400 
4,200 
4, 200 
4,000 
4,000 
3,800 
3, 300 
3, 200 



6,000 
4,500 



FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD ^ 

[The Federal Reserve Bulletin, issusd monthly, is the official organ of the Federal Reserve Board. It 
contains complete information as to the organization of the board and the Federal reserve system. In 
addition to the regular official announcements, it gives a national review of business conditions and detailed 
analyses of financial and industrial conditions, research studies, reviews of foreign banking, and complete 
statistics showing the condition of Federal reserve banks and member banks. The subscription price is 
$2; single copies, 20 cents; outside of the United States, Canada, Mexico, and the insular possessions, 
$2.60; single copies, 25 cents.] 



D. R. Crissinger 

Edmund Piatt 

A. C. Miller 

C. S. Hamlin 

George R. James 

Edward H. Cunningham- 
Walter L. Eddv- 

J. C. Noell 

George E. Good 

Charles W. Hanford 

A. A. Moore 

John De LaMater... 

Walter Wyatt 

George B. Vest 

William M. Imlay 

O. E. Foulk 

W. W. Stewart.. 

E. .\. Goldenweiser 



Elsie Rackstraw 

Edward L. Smead... 
John R. Van Fossen. 
James F. Herson 



L. G. Copeland 

William J. Tucker . 



Governor.. 

Vice governor 

Member- - 

Member 

Member 

Member 

Secretary 

Assistant secretary 

Chief clerk 

Assistant chief clerk 

Chief, division of currency 

Chief, gold settlement division 

General counsel 

Assistant counsel 

Fiscal agent- 

Deputy fiscal agent 

Director, division of research and statistics.. 
Assistant director, division of research and 
statistics. 

Librarian 

Chief, division bank operations 

.\ssistant chief, division of bank operations... 
Chief Federal reserve e.\aminer and chief 
division of examination. 

Chief, division of issue and redemption 

Assistant chief, division of issue and redemp- 
tion. 



Ohio... 


8th.... 


N. Y... 


26th... 


Calif... 


6th.... 


Mass... 


16th-. 


Tenn .. 


10th... 


Iowa... 


4th-... 


R. I-... 


1st 


Va 


5th.... 


N. Y... 


30th... 


Fla..-. 


4th.... 


Va 


8th.... 


Ill 


10th... 


Va 


7th.... 


Va 


8th.... 


Iowa... 


7th.... 


Mo 


5th.... 


Mass... 


2d 


D.C... 




N.Y... 


19th... 


Mich .. 


3d 


Iowa... 


5th.... 


N.Y... 


Cth.... 


Ohio... 


8th. .- 


Ind 


11th... 



$12,000 
12,000 
12, 000 
12,000 
12,000 
12,000 
11,000 
6,000 
4,500 
3,000 
3,500 
4,500 
10,000 
5,000 
4,550 
3,950 
11,000 
6,500 

2,800 
8,000 
4,700 
13,000 

4,300 
2,760 



1 The salaries and expenses of the Federal Reserve Board are paid from a fund created by assessments 
upon Federal reserve banks. 



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FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION 



John F. Nugent 

Charles W. Hunt 

Huston Thompson... 

William E. Humphrey 

Vernon W. Van Fleet 

Otis B. Johnson 

Chief Counsel's Office 

(Vacancy) 

William T. Kelley 

Adrien F. Busick 

Economic Division 

Francis Walker 

W. H. S. Stevens 

William H. England.. 

LeClaire Hoover 

Chief Examiner's Office 

Millard F. Hudson... 

Herbert L. Anderson 

Ishmael Burton 

W. E. Clark 

George F. Soter. 

Gerald V. Weikert 

Ellis DeBruler 

Office of Chief of Trial 
Examiners 



Web Woodfill 

Franklin C. Baggarly. 



Board of Review 



Marshall B. Clarke.. 
Everett F. Haycraft.. 
Robert N. McMillen. 
Malcolm A. Coles. 



Export Trade Division 
William F. Notz 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



Chairman Idaho . . 

Vice chairman... _. Iowa. 

Commissioner Colo . 

Commissioner ' Wash . . 

Commissioner i Ind. 

Secretary of the commission 




Chief counsel-. 

Attorney in charge of trial work i Vt. 

Attorney in charge of appellate work Va. 



Chief economist 

Assistant chief economist 
Assistant chief economist 



Chief accountant Ala 



Chief examiner 

Assistant chief examiner 

Assistant chief examiner 

Attorney in charge of New York office 

Attorney in charge of Chicago office 

Attorney in charge of San Francisco office 

Attorney in charge of Seattle office 



Chief 

Assistant chief- 



Chairman. 
Member-. 
Member . - 
Member.. 



Elias C. Alvord Member 



Administrative Division 



C. G. Duganne 

L. H. Waring 

Andrew N. Ross --j Disbursing clerk 

James W. Burdette ■ Chief of publications 



Chief. 



Assistant secretary and auditor- 
Personnel officer.. 



John W. Karsner. 
William II. Galbraith.. 
Frank M. Hildebrandt. 

Sam F. Shrout 

Howard R. Eliason 



Chief, docket section 

Chief, man and flies section 

Chief, stenographic section 

Chief, supply section 

Librarian I D 

i 



nd.... 


4th.... 


D. C... 




N. J..- 


9th--. 


Minn.. 


6th.... 


Tex 


12th.-- 


Calif... 


4th-.. 


Wis... 


11th... 


Wis.... 


2d 


Ga 


1st.... 


Pa 


19th... 


N.J.... 


1st 


N. Y... 


4th.... 


Md.... 


4th.... 


Pa 


2d 


Md---- 


4th.... 


Mo--.. 


8th-... 


D. C.-. 





WAR FINANCE CORPORATION 



Eugene Meyer Managing director. 

George R. Cooksey Director 

Fred Starek | Director. 

Floyd R. Harrison i Director 

Chester MorriU i General counsel 

George P. Lynde ' Secretary 

R. Reyburn Burklin ] Treasurer 



N. Y. 

D.C. 



D. C- 
Tenn. 
D. C. 
D. C. 



25th.. 



$12,000 
12,000 
12,000 
12,000 
8,400 
8,400 
7,500 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 



UNITED STATES BOARD OF TAX APPEALS 



105 





OFFICIAI. TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong. 
dist. 


pensa- 
tion 




Member, chairman of the board 


N. C... 
Calif... 
Iowa... 
N. Y _- 
N.J... 
Kans... 
Tenn... 

Tex 

D. C... 


5th.... 
4th.... 
9th.. _. 
28th... 
5th.... 
5th.... 
6th.... 
15th... 


$7,500 




Member . . . 


7, 500 






7, 500 


J S Y Ivins 




7.500 




Member 


7.500 


W C Lansdon .. 




7,500 


Benjamin H.Littleton 

W D Love 




7, 500 




7,500 






7, .500 




Member .. . 


Utah... 
N. Y... 
Mass... 

Ill 

Fla 

Minn.- 

Conn.- 


2d 

1st 

12th... 
9th. ... 
1st.... 
10th... 

1st.... 


7, 500 


Percv W Phillips 




7, 500 


Charles P. Smith 


Member 


7, ,500 




Member 


7. 500 


C M Trammell 




7, 500 


S L. Trussell.. 


Member 


7, 500 


Robert C Tracy 


Secretary . 


5,200 









WORLD WAR FOREIGN DEBT COMMISSION 



Andrew W. Mellon. 
Frank B. Kellogg... 

Herbert Hoover 

Reed Smoot --. 

Theodore E. Burton 

Charles R. Crisp 

Richard Olney. 

Edward N. Hurley.. 
Garrard B. Winston 



Chairman, Secretary of the Treasury 

Secretary of State 

Secretary of Commerce 

U. S. Senator from Utah 

U. S. Representative from Ohio 

U. S. Representative frcn Georgia 

Formerly U. S. Repressntative from Massa- 
chusetts. 
Formerly chairman U. S. Shipping Board... 
Secretary, Undersecretary of the Treasury. . 



(') 
(') 
0) 
(n 

Q) 
0) 



1 Receives no additional compensation as member of the commission. 
- Serves without compensation. 

ALIEN PROPERTY CUSTODIAN 



Frederick C. Hicks 


Alien Property Custodian 


N. Y... 

Ill 

N.H... 
Utah... 
Ind.... 
Ohio... 
Tenn... 
Okla... 
Oreg... 


3d 

1st 

2d 

1st.... 
13th... 

2d 

1st 

3d 


$6, 500 


William W. WOson. . 


General counsel _ _ . 


7,500 


Sewall W Abbott 


Managing director 


(), 000 




Assistant managing director 


4,500 


Guild C. Foster . 


Administrative officer 


5,000 


Clyde R. Painter 


Chief, division of trusts . 


5, 000 


Harmon 0. Acuff 


Chief, division of claims.. 


5,000 


Marion Henderson 


Chief, division of law... . 


4,500 


Herbert S. Ward 


Chief, division of accounts and audits 


4,500 







OIL CONSERVATION BOARD 



Hubert Work.... 

Curtis D. Wilbur 
Dwight F. Davis. 
Herbert Hoover.. 



Secretary of the Interior, chairman (George 
Otis Smith, Director of the Geological Sur- 
vey, alternate). 

Secretary of the Navy (Rear Admiral Henry 
H. Rousseau, alternate). 

Secretary of War (Brig. Gen. Edgar Jadwin, 
alternate) . 

Secretary of Commerce (H. H. Hill, chief 
petroleum engineer. Bureau of Mines, 
alternate) . 



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UNITED STATES VETERANS' BUREAU 

[Returns as of June 15, 1925, for central office and as of June 1, 1925, for the field] 



Central Office 



Franlc T. Hines 

John D. Cutter 

William H. Conlihn.. 

George E. Ijams 

Charles E. Mulhearn. 



Omer W. Clark ._ 

Harold W. Breining.-. 

Davis Q. Arnold 

Edgar O. Crossman... 
William WollI Smith. 
Samuel M. Moore, jr. 

Maurice Collins 

Benjamin W. Black... 

George S. Kilgour 

Edwin A. Shepherd. ._ 

Horace L. McCoy 

Harley H. Milks 

Lewis C. Jesseph 

Adelbert D. Hiller 

Lyton Q. .Ament 

Harold V. Stirling 

John B. Schommer. . . 
William H. Holmes. __ 

G. C. Skinner 

Wi nthrop A dams 

Charles M. Griffiths.. 

Ord Everman 

Leon M. Wilbor 

Ho.ace C. Dodge 

OrvilleD. Wescott.... 

William C. Black 

Louis H . Tri pp 

Henry W. Longfellow. 

Leopold Stocker 

Charles O. Shaw 

Wilbur H. Close 

Marion E. Pollock 

Karl Schaflle 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, imless 
otherwise indicated) 



Director 

Assistant to director. 

Deputy director 

Assistant director.. 

Assistant director, claims and insurance 
service. 

Assistant director, coordination service 

Assistant director, finance service 

National guardianship officer 

.| Medical director 

-I General counsel 

.! Budget officer 

Executive officer, finance service 

Executive officer, medical service 

Chief, information and cooperation division... 

Chief, mail and records division.. 

Chief, rehabilitation division 

Chief, claims division 

Chief, insurance division 

Chief, evaluation division 

Chief, investigation division 

Chief, standardization division 

Chief, accounting division 

Chief, disbursing division 

Chief, general medical division 

Chief, general medical division 

Chief, general medical division 

Chief, neuro-psychiatric division 

Chief, neuro-psychiatric division 

Chief, tuberculosis division 

Chief, tuberculosis division 

Chief, chief clerk's division 

Chief, construction division 

Chief, personnel division 

Chief, supply division 

Chairman, central board of appeals 

.1 Chairman, committee on recoveries 

Chairman, reclassification committee 

Bureau representative of medical council 



Regional Ofiices 

Regional Managers 

William J. Blake.... 

Malcolm L. Stoddard 

Herbert H. Rouse 

E. B. Rowbotham 

Allen Fletcher 

A. P. James 

Joseph J. Kingsbury 

T. J. Bannigan 

Thomas J. McEvoy 

H. J. Crosson 

M. J. Shortlev 

M. B. MacMillan 

C. F. Sargent 

D. E. Smith 

H. G. Hooks.... ..__ 

John M. Slaton, jr 

M. Bryson 

James S. Pittman 

Sidney C. Groeschel 

Lewis Tillman 

B. C. Moore.-- 

Thomas J. Calvert 

W. S. Shipman 

William M. Coffin 

William L. Marlin 

John H. Ale - 

Frederick M . Roark 

Frank T. Duftv 



R-1, Boston, Mass 

R-2, Portland, Me 

R-3, Manchester, N. H. 

R-4, Providence, R. I 

R-5 Burlington, Vt 

R-6, New York, N. Y... 

R-7, Buftalo, N. Y 

R-8, Hartford, Conn 

R-0, Newark, N. J 

R-10, Philadelphia, Pa.. 
R-11, Pittsburgh, Pa.... 
R-12, Washington, D. C. 

R-13, Baltimore, Md 

R-14, Richmond, Va 

R-15, Charleston, W. Va 

R-16, Atlanta. Ga 

R-17, Jacksonville, Fla... 
R-18, Charlotte, N. C... 
R-19, Columbia, S. C... 
R-20, Nashville, Tenn... 
R-21, New Orleans, La.. 
R-22, Birmingham, Ala. 

R-23, Jackson, Miss 

R-24, Cincinnati, Ohio.. 
R-25, Cleveland, Ohio.. 
R-2f), Indianapolis, Ind. 

R-27, Louisville. Ky 

R-28, Chicago, 111.. 



Legal residence | 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


Utah.. 




D. C... 




Ohio... 
Md.... 
R. I.... 


i2th... 

2d 

1st 


Ohio... 


1st 


D. C 




R. I-... 
N. H... 
Ind.... 

1 Fla 

Mass .. 
Utah... 
D. C .- 


1st..-. 
1st 

7th....; 
4th..--! 
10th--< 
2d— 


i N. J.... 

1 Wash.. 
N. Y.-. 
Wash.- 
Mass... 


3d 

1st.... 
34th... 

5th—- 
16th— 1 


Ohio... 

Wis...- 

Pa 

Mo..-. 

Mass... 
1 Wash.. 
j Ind.... 
1 N. Y— 


12th—' 

2d : 

1st i 

lOth— 
8th.... 

'9th"."" 
38th-.. 


' Colo — 


1st.... 


Colo--. 


1st 


Pa 


28th..- 


D. C 




Wis-... 


9th...- 


N.Y... 


ISt-.- 


D. C... 




Mo-.-. 


10th... 


Ga 


10th-.. 


Pa 


6th...- 


1 
Mass-- 


13th-- 


1 Me 


4th.... 


i N. H— 


1st 


R.I.... 


3d 1 


Vt 


2d 


N.Y 




N. Y. - 




Conn. - 


1st 


N. Y— 


35th.- 


Pa 


4th.... 


Pa 


31st... 


D. C-. 




Mass.-. 


2d 


Md-.-- 


6th.-- 


Md.... 


3d 


Ga 


5th—. 


Tenn... 


6th — - 


Ga 


5th—- 


S. C— . 


7th.... 


Tenn.. 


6th...- 


Ala 


2d 


Ala 


10th— 


Miss... 


5th—- 


Ohio... 


2d 


Ohio... 


4th—- 


Ind.... 


9th-.. 


La 


2d 


1 111 





Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$10, ooo 
5,400 
7, ,'JOO 
7,500 
7,500 

6, 600 
7,500 
7,500 
7,500 
7,500 
4,000 
5, f;00 
6, 000 
3,400 
5,000 
5,400 
5,400 
5, 400 
5,200 
5, 60O' 
5,40a 
4,600- 
4,600- 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000- 
6,000 
5,400- 
6,000 
4, 60a 
5,800 
4,800 
5,200- 
5,400 
3,80& 
4,600 
5,200 



4,400 
3,400 
3,400 
2,400 
2,740 
4,000 
3,800 
3,800 
4,000 
4,360 
4,200 
5,000 
3,800 
3,800 
3,600 
5,000 
5,000 
3, 800 
3,600 
3,600 
3,800 
3,600 
3,800 
5,000 
3,500 
4,000 
4,610 
5,200 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 



107 



UNITED STATES VETERANS' BUREAU 

Continued 



Regional Offices— Continued 

Regional Managers — Con. 

Luther E. Ellis 

R. L. Jarnagin 

Charles G. Beck 

John A. Brody 

Frank L. Williams _ 

E.J. Wieland 

■Carl D. Hibbard 

■C. T. Busha, jr 

C T. Hoverson 

A. S. Thomson 

John A. Carlton ._ 

R. R. Gibson 

L.J. Paul.... _ 

Chester Lee Greedy 

Stanley H. Conner 

Kenyon J. Scudder 

R. II. Walker 

Orville G. Fairburn 

Charles H. Hudelson 

Kenneth L. Cooper 

Read Johnson 

James A. Winn 

H. B. Gilstrap 

Donald F. Peppers 

Sherman C. Kile 

■Gardner M. Olmsted (acting). 

Area Offices 

CMef Coordinators 

Elon F. Tandy 

Middleton E. Head 

Dallas B. Smith 

■Charles W. Spofford 

Durbin Van Law 

Supply Depots 

Representatives in Charge 

Alexander Newman (acting) __ 

Marks. White 

Edward A. McGinn 

.Samuel T. Fisk 

U. S. Veterans* Hospitals 

Medical Officers in Charge 

Parker G. Borden 

J. Baldwin McComb 

Howard C. Von Dahm 

Chester L. Carlisle 

L. B. Rogers 

Percival G. Lasche 

Samuel AV. Crittenden 

Frank N. Gordon... 

Henry L. Stick 

Gail D. Allee 

William D. McFaul 

Frank B. Brewer 

John R. McDiU 

.Albert J. Hoskins «... 

Oscar C. Willhite. 

W. R. Leverton 

Edward P. Odend'hal. 

Matthew Baines 

Rhoderic Browne 

■Samuel H. James. 

H. B. Fralic. 

Edwin J. Rose 

Horatio D. Luse 

Robert D. Maddox 

Walter D. Judkins 

Jo M. Ferguson 

R. W. C. Francis 



OFFICI.\L TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 

cfa^p Cong. 
^^^^^ dist. 



llth... 
19th..- 
inh... 

2d 

7th.... 

2d 

3d 

2d 

2d 

35th... 
1st.... 
AtL.. 

2d 

AtL.. 

3d 

6th.... 



R-29, Detroit, Mich Ind 

R-30, Milwaukee, Wis 111 

R-31, St. Louis, Mo Mo 

R-32, Kansas City, Mo Mo 

R-33, Des Moines, Iowa Iowa... 

R-34, Omaha, Nebr... Nebr... 

R-3.'), Minneapolis, Minn Minn.. 

R-36, Helena, Mont .- Mont.. 

R-37, Fargo, N. Dak N.Dak. 

R-38, Sioux Falls, S. Dak N.Y... 

R-39, Denver, Colo 1 Colo... 

R-40, Albuquerque, N. Mex ! Wyo... 

R-41, Salt Lake City, Utah .! Utah... 

R-42, Casper, Wvo | Wyo... 

R-43, San Francisco, Calif i Md 

R-44, Los Angeles, Calif ..i Calif... 

R-45, Phoeni.\, Ariz... ' Calif...! 

R-46, Seattle, Wash 1 Wash. J 1st 

R-47, Boise, Idaho I Idaho. -j 1st 

R-48, Portland, Oreg j Oreg..J 3d 

R-49, Dallas, Tex... | Tex....j 5th.... 

R-50, Little Rock, Ark. Ark \ 5th.... 

R-51, Oklahoma City, Okla ..i Okla...i 4th.. __ 

R-52, Wichita, Kans '• Iowa...| 5th 

R-53, San Antonio, Tex 1 Tex i 14th... 

R-54, Reno, Nev _. Calif... I 4th 



Area A, Boston, Mass i Mass... 13th. 

Area B, New York, N. Y ! Mo 10th. 

Area C, New Orleans, La ■ Ala 3d... 

.\rea D, Chicago, 111 I 111 7th.. 

.\rea E, San Francisco, Calif Colo... 1st.. 



Perry Point, Md Calif...: nth 

Chillicothe, Ohio i Md I 6th.. 

Chicago, 111. I 111 .1 

Long Island City, N. Y • ' 



Hospital 24, Palo Alto, Calif ........{ Calif. . 

Hospital 27, Alexandria, La ....I Ohio.. 

Hospital 32, Washington, D. C Fla... 

Hospital 37, Waukesha, Wis Wis... 

Hospital 41, New Haven, Conn Mass.. 

Hospital 42, Perry Point, Md , 111 

Hospital 44, West Roxbury, Mass Mass.. 

Hospital 48, Atlanta, Ga.." Mo.-. 

Hospital 49, Philadelphia, Pa Pa 

Hospital 50, Whipple, Ariz ' Mo... 

Hospital 51, Tucson, Ariz 1 Iowa.. 

Hospital 52, Boise, Idaho. ! Tex... 

Hospital 53, Dwight, 111 [ Miss.. 

Hospital 55, Fort Bayard, N. Mex [ Colo.. 

Hospital 57, Knoxville, Iowa i Mo — 

Hospital 59, Tacoma, Wash t Okla.. 

Hospital 60, Oteen, N. C _ ' Va - .. 

Hospital 62, Augusta, Ga Ga 

Hospital 63, Lake City, Fla.. Mass.. 

Hospital 64, Camp Kearney, Calif .\la 

Hospital 65, St. Paul, Minn _ Minn. 

Hospital 67, Kansas City, Mo.. _ Ohio.. 

Hospital 68, Minneapolis, Minn Minn. 

Hospital 69, Fort Thomas, Ky Ohio.. 

Hospital 72, Helena, Mont.. Ark... 

Hospital 74, Gulfport, Miss Ky 

Hospital Edward Ilines, jr., Maywood, 111.. Ill 



12th. 
4th. 
1st.. 
3d... 
17th. 
8th.. 



1st.. 
15th. 
2d... 
13th. 
8th.. 
1st.. 
3d... 
7th.. 
9th. 
10th. 



8th.. 
4th.. 
10th. 



1st.. 
5th.. 
3d... 
3d... 



108 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 



UNITED STATES VETERANS' BUREAU 

Continued 



U. S. Veterans' Hospitals — 

Continued 

Medical Officers in Charge— 
Continued 

Walter B. Swackhamer 

E. P. Bledsoe 

Herbert E. Whitledge 

J. F. Wallace 

George F. Brewster 

Eugene Davis 

William E. Park. 

Richard W. Soper 

Chester D. Allen 

Henry L. Stickney. 

T. Hugh Scott 

Joseph H. Ward 

Howard W. Barker 

David C. Farnsworth 

H. E. St. Antoine. 

Appleton H. Pierce 

Richard L. Cook 

George A . Rowland. 

James E. Dedman 

Wilfred E. Chambers 

William M. Dobson. 

Hans Hansen 

Percy S. Rawls 

Henry R. Brown 



OFnnAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Hospital 77, Portland, Oreg 

Hospital 78, N. Little Rock, Ark.. 
Hospital 79, Dawson Springs, Ky.. 

Hospital 80, Fort Lyon, Colo 

Hospital 81, Bronx, N. Y 

Hospital 84, Algiers, La 

Hospital 85, Walla Walla, Wash.... 

Hospital 8fi, Sheridan, Wyo 

Hospital 88, Memphis, Tenn 

Hospital 89, Rutland, Mass 

Hospital 90, Muskogee, Okla 

Hospital 91, Taskegee, Ala 

Hospital 92, JeiTerson Barracks, Mo 

Hospital 93, Legion, Tex 

Hospital 94, American Lake, Wash. 
Hospital 95, Northampton, Mass... 
Hospital 96, Tupper Lake, N. Y... 

Hospital 97, Chillicothe, Ohio 

Hospital 98, Castle Point, N. Y 

Hospital 99, Excelsior Springs, Mo. 
Hospital 100, Camp Custer, Mich.. 

Hospital 101, St. Cloud, Minn 

Hospital 102, Livermore, CaUf 

Hospital 103, Aspinwall, Pa 



Legal residence 




Idaho.. 


2d 


Va 




Ind.... 


1st.... 


Colo... 


3d 


N.Y... 


17th... 


La 


2d 


Pa 


14th... 


Wyo... 


AtL.. 


Tenn .. 


10th... 


N. H... 


1st 


Okla... 


2d 


Ind-... 


7th.... 


D.C... 




Calif... 




Vt 


1st.... 


Mass... 


3d 


D.C... 




Ohio... 


12th_.. 


Ala 


9th.... 


CaUf... 


6th.... 


Pa 




Iowa... 


9th.... 


D.C... 




Mass . . 


3d — . 



FEDERAL BOARD FOR VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 



James J. Davis 

William M. Jardine 

Herbert Hoover 

John J. Tigert _ 

Harry L. Fidler 

E. T. Franks 

C. F. Mcintosh 

J. C. Wright 

Adelaide S. Baylor. 
Earl W. Barnhart.. 
Frank Cushman... 
J. A. Kratz--- 

C. H. Lane 

Charles R. Allen... 
E. Joseph Aronofl.. 



Secretary of Labor, member, chairman 

Secretary of Agriculture, member 

Secretary of Commerce, member 

Commissioner of Education, member, vice 
chairman. 

Member, representative of labor 

Member, representative of manufacturing 

and commercial interests. 
Member, representative of agricultural inter- 
ests. 

D irect or 

Chief, home economics education service 

Chief, commercial education service 

Chief, trade and industrial education service.. 
Chief, civilian vocational rehabilitation serv- 
ice. 

Chief, agricultural education service 

Editor and educational consultant... 

Secretary and chief clerk 



> Serve as members of the board without additional compensation. 



Ky.. 

Ind. 
Ky. 

Ind- 



7th. 
2d.. 



2d- 



i -* 



Mo I 5th. 

Ind 7th. 

Calif... eth. 

Mo 5th_ 

Md.... 2d_. 



Tenn .. 
Minn.. 
N. J.— 



2d.. 
5th. 
4tb. 



AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS COMMISSION 



Gen. John J. Pershing, U. S. 
krmv. 

R. O. Woodside 

David A. Reed 

John Philip Hill 



Thomas W. Miller.. 

D. John Markey 

Josephine C. Bentley 

Maj. X. H. Price, U. S. Army. 

Maj. C. D. Barrett, U. S. Ma- 
rine Corps. 

Capt. H. E. Fuller, U. S. Army. 

Capt. H. F. K. Cahill, U. S. 
Army. 

First Lieut. Thomas North, 
U. S. Army. 

James E. Mangum 



Commissioner, chairman. 



Commissioner, vice chairman 

Commissioner, Senator from Pennsylvania... 
Commissioner, Representative from Mary- 
land. 

Commissioner, Wilmington, Del... »-. 

Commissioner, Frederick, Md... 

Commissioner, Chicago, 111 — 

Secretary 

Officer in charge, historical research 



Assistant in charge, historical research . 
Assistant in charge, historical research. 



Pa.. 
Pa.. 
Md. 

Del. 

Md. 
111... 



Officer in charge, European office (Paris, 

France) . 
Chief clerk 



Ga. 



' Pay of rank; no additional compensation for service on the commission. 
• Commissioners receive no salary. 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 109 

MIXED CLAIMS COMMISSION, UNITED STATES AND 

GERMANY 



Office of the Umpire 

Edwin B. Parker... 

Ephraim P. Bowyer 

Commission and Secretariat 

Chandler P. Anderson 

Wilhelm Kiesselbaeh 

Robert E. Newby 

Max Martin 

American Agency 

Robert W. Bonynge 

Harold H. Martin 

J Moyle Gray 

Jackson C. Lusby 

John J. Edwards 

John K. M. Ewing 

Joseph C. Fehr 

Edward Widdifield 

German Agency 

Karl von Lewinski 

Melchior von der Decken 

Paul I^everkuehn 

T. J. Healy 

Hermann Janssen 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, DC, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Umpire... 
Law clerk. 



American commissioner 

German commissioner 

Joint secretary on part of United States. 
Joint secretary on part of Germany 



Agent 

Counsel and assistant to the agent - 

Attorney and secretary 

Chief clerk and disbursing officer. ._ 

Attorney 

Attorney 

Attorney 

Attorney 



German agent. . _ 

Assistant to the agent. 

Counsel 

Counsel 

Counsel 



Legal residence 



State 



Tex.... 
S. Dak. 



N. Y. 



Cong, 
dist. 



Iowa. 



8th.... 
1st 



17th... 



9th.... 



N. Y.. 
Kans.. 
Utah.. 
Md... 
Tenn. 
N. Y.. 
Utah.. 
Md... 



17th. 
1st.. 
2d... 
6th.. 
2d._. 



1st-. 
5th.. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



'$15,000 
14,000 



12,000 

(■') 
3,000 

(2) 



10,000 
6,500 
3,000 
3,500 
4,000 
4,000 
3,800 
3,600 



Q) 
(2) 
(2) 
(?) 



• Compensation paid in equal moieties by the Governments of the United States and Germany. 
' Compensation paid by German Government. 

AMERICAN AND BRITISH CLAIMS ARBITRATION 



Fred K. Nielsen. 
Stanley H. Udy. 



Agent and senior counsel. 
Associate counsel 




INTER-AMERICAN HIGH COMMISSION 

SECTION 



UNITED STATES 



Andrew W. Mellon 


Honorary chainnan (Secretary of the Treas- 
ury). 
Chairman (Secretary of Commerce), 








Herbert Hoover 








Wesley L. Jones 


Vice chairman (chairman of the Committee 
on Commerce of the United States Senate). 

Member (secretary of the National Foreign 
Trade Council). 

Member (member of the Senior Council of the 
Chamber of Commerce of the United 
States). 

Member (treasurer of the National Conference 
of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws). 

Member (member of the Federal Reserve 
Board). 

Member (president of the American Manu- 
facturers' Export Association). 

Honorary member (Director General of the 
Pan American Union). 


Wash.. 




(1) 


O. K. Davis 


N. Y- 




(1) 


John H. Fahey... 


Mass... 




(') 


WilUam 0. Hart... 


La... 




(') 


A. C. Miller 


Calif 




(1) 


W. W. Nichols.... 


N. Y. 




(') 


L. S. Rowe 






(') 


Quillermo A. Sherwell 


N. Y. 




$6,000 


James C. Corliss... 


Research assistant .. . . . 


Calif... 


4th.... 


3,200 


Harriet M. Sweet . 


Administrative assistant 


2,540 













' Serves on the board without compensation. 



110 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 



INTERNATIONAL JOINT COMMISSION 



United States Section 

Clarence D. Clark.. 

Fred T. Dubois 

P. J. McCumber 

William H. Smith 

Canadian Section 

Charles A. Magrath 

Henrv A. Powell, K. C. 

Sir William Hearst, K. C. M. G. 
Lawrence J. Burpee 

1 Information not available. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION i Legal residence 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 1 

otherwise indicated) [ State 



Commissioner. 
Commissioner. 
Commissioner. 
Secretary 



Wye... 
Idaho.. 
N. Dak 
D. C... 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$7,500 
7,500 
7,500 
4,000 



Commissioner I i | (') 

Commissioner j ' 0) 

Commissioner _ _.. | i (') 

Secretary 1 I i (') 



INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARY COMMISSION— UNITED STATES, 
ALASKA, AND CANADA 



United States Section 
E . Lester Jones 



James H. Van Wagenen. 

R. N. Ashmun 

Raymond L. Ross 

Robert B. Martin 



Canadian Section 



J. D. Craig 

John A. Pounder. 



Commissioner (Director of the Coast and 
Geodetic Survey, Department of Com- 
merce) . 

Engineer to commission 

Mathematician 

Cartographer I D. C 

Chief clerk and special disbursing officer I Va.. 



Va. 



Iowa... 
Wash.. 



Commissioner (Departmant of tlu Interior, 

Ottawa, Canada). 
Engineer to commission... 



8th. 
3d.. 



8th. 



' Receives no additional compensation for service on the commission. 
2 Compensation paid by the Canadian Government. 

INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARY COMMISSION 

AND MEXICO 



w 



$5,400 
4,000 
4.000 
2,900 



UNITED STATES 



N.Mex. 
Tex 



American Section 

George Curry... Commissioner, El Paso, Tex 

ClarK W. Creps Secretary and special disbursing officer. El 

I Paso, Tex. 
Randolph E. Fishburn ] Consulting engineer. El Paso, Tex Ariz 

Mexican Section j j 

Gustavo P. Serrano.-- Commissioner, Sonora 

Armando Santacruz, jr Consulting engineer, Mexico, D. F .! 

Jose Hernandez Ojeda Secretary, Guanajuato I. 



At L.. 
16th... 



$5, 000 
4,000 

4,800 



1 Compensation paid by the Mexican Government. 

CLAIMS COMMISSIONS— UNITED STATES AND MEXICO 



General Claims Commi.ssion 

C. van Voilenhoven 

Nathan L Miller 

G. Fonandez MacGregor 

Henry W. Anderson 

Hen i to Flores 



Sperial Claims Commission 

Rodrigo Ootavio 

Ernest B. Perry 

F. Gonzales Roa 

Henry W. .\nderson 

Lie. Aquiles Elorduy 



Chairman of commission- 
American commissioner.. 

Mexican commissioner 

-American agent. 

Mexican agent .- 



Chairman of commission- 
.\merican commissioner.. 
Mexican commissioner... 

.Vmerican agent 

Mexican agent 



N. Y- 



Va. 



Nebr. 



Va. 



0) 
$12,000 

(') 
2 12,000 

(') 



(') 

12,000 
0) 
(?) 
(') 



' Compensation paid by the Mexican Government. 

* Acts as American agent of both the General and Special Claims Commissions. 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 



UNITED STATES CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION 



111 



Offices of the Commission 



William C. Doming. 

George R. Wales 

Jessie Dell 



Herbert A. Filer 

John T. Doyle 

Guy Moffett... 

Kenneth C. Vipond. 
Ismar Baruch. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Commissioner, president. 

Commissioner 

Commissioner 



C hief examiner 

Secretary _ 

Member, Personnel Classification Board... 
.Assistant chief examiner and budget officer. 
-\ ssistant to chief examiner 



Artiuir R. Butler Medical officer 



William C. Hull. 

Carson C. Hathaway 

Elizabeth Downing 

Elizabeth J. Raymond 

Examining Division 

James O. Yaden 

Luther C. Dodd 

Laura L. Tracy 

Maurice J. MoAuliffe 1 Contact representative 

Frederick W. Brown I .Vssociate economic analyst 



Clerk to commissioners 

Personnel officer 

Disbursing agent.. 

.\ssistant disbursing agent. 



Legal residence 



State '^"^S- 
^^^^^ dist. 



Wyo. 
Vt... 
Ga... 



Chief, examining division 

Assistant chief, examining division. 
.Assistant chief, examining division. 



Md... 
N. Y.. 
N. C 
N. Y.. 
Conn. 
Oreg. - 
Va.... 
Mo... 
D. C. 
N. Y.. 



Ky.... 
Va.... 

N. Y.. 
Minn. 
Md... 



At L. 
1st... 
1st-.. 

6th... 
6th... 
9th... 
6th... 
2d.... 
1st... 
8th... 
4th... 



Appointment Division 

Thomas P. Chapman 

Calvin W. Bartlett 

Daniel W. Brobst 

Bertram A. Brande 

Vivian Carlson 

Matthew F. Halloran 



Chief, appointment division 

-Assistant chief, appointment division. 
Assistant chief, appointment division . 

C ertiflcation clerk. 

.\ssistant certification clerk 

Contact representative. ... 



Application Division 

Thomas A. Griffin 

James B. Baugh, jr. 

Herbert E. Morgan 

AnnaE. Black 



Chief, application division 

-Assistant chief, application division 

Director, public information and recruiting. 
In charge bureau of information 



Division of Investigation and 
Review 



Henry A. Hesse 

Benjamin W. Kumler. 



Chief, division of investigation and review... 
.\.ssistant chief, division of investigation and 
review. 



Office of Accounts and 
Purchases 



Henry G. Porter ! Chief, office accounts and purchases 

Ray L. Woodward i .Assistant chief, office accounts and purchases. 



Field Force 



Pa 

S. Dak. 



Va. 
Va- 



Lewis H. Fisher- 



Henry Behlert _ _ - 

Ernest L. Reynolds... 

Henry C. Coles 

Stewart Wilson 

Lawson A. Moyer 

Irwin L. Earhart 

James V. Swanson 

Joseph ]M. Shoemaker. 
Ballard H. Clemmons. 

E. H. Jennings 

Charles W. Paine 

Charles L. Snyder 

John G. Teicher ., 



Superintendent field force and secretary 4th 
civil service district. 

Assistant superintendent, field force 

Secretary, 1st dist., Boston, Mass 

Secretary, 2d dist.. New York City 

Secretary, 3d dist., Philadelphia, Pa 

Secretary, Sth dist., Atlanta. Ga 

Secretary, 6th dist., Cincinnati, Ohio 

Secretary, 7th dist., Chicago, 111 

Secretary, 8th dist., St. Paul, Minn 

Secretary, 9th dist., St. Louis, Mo.. 

Secretary, 10th dist., New Orleans, La 

Secretary, 11th dist., Seattle, Wash.. 

Secretary, 12th dist., San Francisco, Calif 

Secretary, 13th dist., Denver, Colo 



N.J. 



N. Y... 3d... 
Mass .. 7th.. 

Va ' oth.- 

Pa i 7th.. 

Ga I 5th.. 

Ohio...^ 1st-.. 

Ill : 10th- 

Minu-- 4th.. 

Mo 10th- 

La ; 2d..- 

Wash..| 1st.. 
Calif ...! 6th.. 
Colo....' 1st.. 



7th.... 



11th. 
8th.. 
40th. 
4th.. 
6th.. 



Tex 


4th.... 


N. Y... 


34th... 


Ind...- 


9th.... 


La 


7th.... 


N. Y... 


43d .. . 


Md...- 


5th.... 


Va 


1st 


Tenn.. 


9th..-. 


Pa 


33d...- 


Ohio... 


11th.. 



29th. 
1st.. 



8th. 
8th. 



4th.... 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$7,000 
6,500 
6,500 

5,400 
4,200 
5,200 
4,200 
3,800 
3,200 
2,700 
3,000 
2,900 
2,400 



4,200 
3,000 
3,000 
3,500 
3,500 



4,000 
3,000 
2.800 
2,700 
2,300 
2,800 



4,000 
3,000 
3,500 
2,200 



4,000 
3,000 



3,000 
2.200 



4,000 

2,900 
3,600 
4,500 
3,800 
3,800 
3,600 
3,600 
3,300 
3,600 
3,600 
3,300 
3,800 
3,300 



112 Official Register of the United States, 1925 



UNITED STATES BUREAU OF EFFICIENCY 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Herbert D. Brown ' Chief... Ill 

WilUam H. McReynolds Assistant chief .; Mich... 

Herbert H. Rapp Chief investigator, accounting ! N. Y... 

Victor O. Croissant I Chief investigator, duplication of work Wash.. 

George C. Havenner... j Chief investigator, statistics D. C... 

Wilson E. Wilmot .i Chief investigator, labor-saving devices N. Y... 

Donald P. Evans ' Chief investigator, efficiency ratings N.J 



Cong, 
dist. 



10th.. 
3d..-. 
5th... 
At L. 



15th. 
9th.. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$7,500 
6,000 
5,800 
5,200 
4,200 
4,400 
4,400 



PERSONNEL CLASSIFICATION BOARD 



Fredetick J. Bailey '■ Chairman (alternate for Director of the Bu- 

j reau of the Budget). 
Guy MofTett ' Member (alternate for a Civil Service Com- 
missioner) . 
Member (alternate for Chief, Bureau of EfH- 

ciency). 
Secretary to the board (detailed from Bureau 
of Efficiency). 



William H. McReynolds 
James V. Bennett 



Vt 


.....! 


N. C... 


9th....! 


Mich_. 


3d 


R.I.-_. 


3d 



1 Compensation paid by bureau or commission making detail. 

GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE 



Office of the Comptroller 
General 

J. R. McCarl 

Lurtin R. Qinn 

R. L. Golze 

J. L. Baitv 

M. E. Rhodes 

H. A. A. Smith 

Charles 11. Cooper 

Frank Bruk 

John K. Willis... 

E. F. Inbody 

Carl Collier .. 

Chiefs of Divisions 

F. n. Bogardus 

W. S. Dewhirst... 

Earl Taggart... 

W. H. Barksdale 

C. T. M. Cutcheon 

Edgar W. Moore 

Edward W. Bell 



Comptroller General 

Assistant comptroller general 

Solicitor 

Executive officer 

C ounsel 

Chief of investigations 

Assistant chief of investigations 

Chief, emergency fleet audit 

Chief clerk 

Chief, division of appointments 

Disbursing clerk 

Chief, bookkeeping division 

Chief, claims division 

Chief, civil division,-. 

Chief, military division 

Chief, Post Office Department division 

Chief, transportation division.. 

Chief, check accounting division 



Nebr . 




Ind.... 


9th..-. 


Pa 


6th.... 


Mo--.. 


1st 


Mo 


13th... 


Colo--. 


1st 


N.J... 


6th..-. 


N. Y... 


5th... .1 


Pa 


20th..- 


Ohio... 


7th.-.. 


Ohio... 


8th.... 


Ohio-.. 


8th-... 


Ill 


20th... 


Mo.... 


3d-...-: 


Tenn... 


4th....! 


Mich... 


9th.... 


Md.— 


6th... .1 


Ill 


8th... .1 



$10,000 
7,500 
7,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
5,200 
5,200 
3,600 
3,300 
3,300 



3,900 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 
3,000 



UNITED STATES EMPLOYEES' COMPENSATION COMMISSION 



Bessie Parker Brueggeman Commissioner, chairman... 

Charles H. Verrill Commissioner 

Harry Bassett Commissioner 

S. R. Golibart, jr Secretary 

Edward C. Ernst Medical director 

Samuel D. Slentz Attorney - 

Augustus P. Norton Chief claim examiner 

Robert J. Hoage Chief statistician 

Arthur H. Gardes I Chief of accounts 

Margaret D. Brightwell 1 Chief of assembly division. 



Mo 


12th... 


Md.... 


6th.... 


Ind 


7th.... 


Tenn .- 


3d 


Calif.-. 


9th.... 


Wash.. 


2d 


Me 


3d 


1 Wash.. 


3d 


: Va 


8th.... 


1 D. C. 




1 





$5, 200 
5,200 
5,200 
3,000 
(') 

4,000 
2,700 
3,500 
2,800 
2,300 



1 Surgeon, United States Public Health Service, detailed to commission. 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 113 



FEDERAL COORDINATING AGENCIES 



Office of the Chief Coordinator 

Brig. Qen. Henry C. Smithor, 
U. S. Army. 

Coordinating Boards 

Permanent Conference on 
Printing 



■George H. Carter... 
James W. Burdette. 



Federal Real Estate Board 



James A. Wetmore 

Lieut. Col. D. P. Quinlan, U. S. 

Army. 
Lieut. Commander C. W. 

Cairnes, U. S. Coast Guard. 



Coordinator for Purchase 
James A. Egleston 

Federal Purchasing Board 

Lieut. Commander R. H. 
Johnston, U. S. Navy. 

Federal Liquidatioi^ Board 

Capt. E. W. Bonnaflon, U. S. 
Navy. 

Coordinator for Motor Trans- 
port, District of Columbia 

Lieut. Col. Clarence O. Sher- 
rill, U. S. Army. 

Federal Traffic Board 

Lieut. Commander C. E. Par- 
sons, U. S. Navy. 
Lieut. I. W. Gorton, U. S. Navy. 

Federal Specifications Board 

George K. Burgess 

N. F. Harriman 



Interdepartmental Board of Con- 
tracts and Adjustments 



Gordon A. Ramsay _ 
Ernest W. Cushing. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Chief Coordinator, 



Chairman (Public Printer) 

Secretary (Federal Trade Commission) . 



Chairman (Treasury Department) 

Vice chairman (OflSce of Chief Coordinator) 

Secretary (Office of Chief Coordinator) 



Coordinator for purchase (The Fleet Cor- 
poration). 



Office of chief coordinator. 



Executive chairman. 



Coordinator for motor transport, District of 
Columbia. 



Coordinator for traffic and chairman. 
Secretary 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Interdepartmental Board on 
Simplified Office Procedure 

Col. F. L. Wells, U. S. Army. 

Interdepartmental Patents 
Board 



Andrew Stewart 

General Supply Committee 



Chairman (Department of Commerce, Bu- 
reau of Standards). 

Vice chairman and technical secretary (Bu- 
reau of Standards). 



Chairman (Bureau of the Budget).. — 

Assistant to chairman (Bureau of the Budget). 



Executive chairman (Office of Chief Co- 
ordinator) . 



Chairman (Department of Conunerce). 



Francis E. Meloy... 
Maitland S. Wright. 
Robert LeFevre 



Chairman (Department of Agriculture) 

Vice chairman (Department of State) 

Secretary (Treasury Department, superin- 
tendent of supplies. General Supply Com- 
mittee). 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



0) 



(') 
(') 

(') 



(•) 

(') 

(') 

(') 

(') 
(') 

(') 

$5, 400 



(') 



(') 



1 Pay of rank; no additional compensation is received for service on these agencies. 



114 



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NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR AERONAUTICS 

The National Advisory Committee for Aeroaautici was appointed by the President, pursuant to act of 
Congress approved March 3, 1915 (naval appropriations act, Sixty-third Congress). Its membership con- 
sists of two officers of the Army, two officers of the Navy, a representative each of the Smithsonian Insti- 
tution, the Weather Bureau, and the Bureau of Standards, with five additional persons acrjuainted with 
the needs of aeronautical science, or skilled in aeronautical engineering or its allied sciences. All the mem- 
bers, as such, serve without compensation. The duties of the committee are to supervise and direct the 
scientific study of the problems of flight; also to direct and conduct research and experiment in aeronautics. 
Under the rules and regulations approved by the President, technical subcommittees have been established 
whose duties are to aid in determining the problems in their respective branches of the aeronautical field 
to be scientifically attacked, and to endeavor to coordinate the research and experimental work involved 
in the study of the problems agreed upon. These subcommittees are composed in part of specially ap- 
pointed representatives of the Army and Navy Air Services. The committee directly conducts research, 
and experiment in aeronautics at the Langley Memorial .Aeronautical Laboratory, at Langley Field, Va. 
The entire committee meets twice a year, in October and April; the executive committee holds regular- 
monthly meetings and special meetings as necessary. 



Charles D. Walcott, go. D. 

David W. Taylor, D. Eng. 
Joseph S. Ames, Ph. D 



George K. Burgess, Sc. D 

Maj. John F. Curry, U. S. 

Army. 
William F. Durand, Ph. D... 

Capt. Emory S. Land, U. S. 

Navy. 
Charles F. Marvin, M. E 



Rear Admiral William A. Mof- 

fett, U. S. Navy. 
Maj. Gen. Mason M. Patrick, 

U. S. Army. 
S. W. Stratton, Sc. D 



Orville Wright, B. S. 



George W. Lewis 

John F. Victory 

Edward H. Chamberlin. 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
'otherwise indicated) 



i Legal residence 



Chairman; Secretary Smithsonian Institu- 
tion, Washington, D. C. 
Secretary, Washington, D. C 

Chairman executive committee; director phys- 
ical laboratory, Johns Uopkins University, 
Baltimore, Md. 

Member; Director Bureau of Standards, 
Washington, D. C. 

Member; chief, engineering division. Air Serv- 
ice, Dayton, Ohio. 

Member; professor of mechanical engineering, 
Stanford University, Calif. 

Member; Bureau of Aeronautics, Navy De- 
partment, Washington, D. C. 

Member; Chief, United States Weather Bu- 
reau, Washington, D. C. 

Member; Chief, Bureau of Aeronautics, Navy 
Department, Washington, D. C. 

Member; Chief of Air Service, War Depart- 
ment, Washington, D. C. 

Member; President Massachusetts Institute 
of Technology, Cambridge, Mass. 

Member; Dayton, Ohio 



Director of aeronautical research. 

Assistant secretary 

Chief clerk 



In Charge of Field Stations { 

Leigh M. Griffith Engineer in charge, Langley Memorial Aero- 
nautical Laboratory, Langley Field, Va. 
John J. Ide Technical assistant in Europe, Paris, France. 



Cong, 
dist. 



N. Y. 



Va.. 
Md. 



33d- 



8th. 
2d.. 



Calif--.l 3d 

N. Y...' 17th... 
Calif... 8th.... 

Wyo-_.! 

Ohio... 12th... 

I 
S. C... lst._.- 

W. Va_, 6th.... 

Mass...i 8th 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Ohio... 

Md.... 
D. C 


3d 

6th.... 


D. C 





Calif... 




N. Y._. 





(') 



(') 



(')■ 
. (')■ 
(')• 
(') 
(') 
(') 
(') • 
(') 
(') 

$7, 00& 

.=;, ooo 
8. ooa 

5,200 
6,000- 



» Members of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics serve without compensation. 

THE AERONAUTICAL BOARD 

The Aeronautical Board is established by agreement of the Secretary of War sTid the Secretary of the- 
Navy to investigate, study, and report upon all questions atTecting jointly the development and employ- 
ment of the Army Air Service and naval aviation and to prevent duplication of elfort in the several 
activities. It is appointed jointly by the Secretary of War and the Secretary of the Navy. 



Maj. Gen. Mason M. Patrick.. Chief of Air Service 

Maj. H. C. Pratt I Chief of Training and War Plans Division, 

Air Service. 



Col. E. R. Stone. 



(')■ 



Member of War Plans Division, General 
Staff. I I I 

Rear Admiral William A. Chief of Bureau of Aeronautics , ; (H 

Moffett. I 

Lieut. Commander Marc A. I Chief of Planning Division, Bureau of Aero- i. ('/ 

Mitscher. I nautics. j | ! 

Commander J. H. Newton i Member of War Plans Division, Naval i 1 (') 

Operations. j I 

Jarvis Butler Secretary i S. Dak. 1st : 2 $3, lOO 



> Pay of rank; no additional compensation as member of The Aeronautical Board. 

2 Detailed from Navy Department; receives no additional compa-isation as secrctnry of The \prninn - 
tical Board. 



Official Register of the U7iited States, 1925 



115 



THE JOINT BOARD 

The Joint Board is established by joint agreement of the Secretaries of War and the Navy, to consider 
and reach common conclusions on all matters calling for the cooperation of the two services. It is appointed 
jointly by the Secretary of War and the Secretary of the Navy. 



Maj. Qen. John L. nines 

Maj. Gen. Dennis E. Nolan 

Brig. Gen. H. A. Smith 

Admiral Edward W. Eberle.-. 
Rear Admiral Thomas J. Sonn. 
■Capt. William H. Standley 

Jarvis Butler 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND ST.\TION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Chief of staff - 

Deputy chief of stafY 

Assistant chief of staff, war plans division 

Chief of naval operations 

Assistant chief of naval operations I 

Director, war plans division. Office of Naval I 

Operations (acting). I 

Secretary. S. Dak. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



(') 
(',» 
(') 
('> 
(') 
(') 

2 .$3, 100 



' Pay of rank; no additional compensation as member of The Joint Board. 

2 Detailed from Navy Department; receives no additional compensation as secretary of The Joint 
Board. 

UNITED STATES COUNCIL OF NATIONAL DEFENSE 

The Council of National Defense, composed of members of the Cabinet, was directed by the act of August 
29, 1916, as a war measure, to nominate to the President an advisory commission consisting of not more 
than seven persons, each possessing special knowledge of some industry, public utility, or the develop- 
ment of some natural resource, or otherwise specially qualified for the performance of such duties as should 
■come within their jurisdiction. The records of the Council of National Defense, as well as those of the 
War Industries Board and the Committee on Public Information, are now under the jurisdiction of the 
Assistant Secretary of War, who is charged by law (act of June 4, 1920) with supervision of the procurement 
of all military supplies and other business of the War Department pertaining thereto and the assurance 
•of adequate provision for the mobUization of materiel and industrial organizations essential to war-time 
needs. 



Dwight F. Davis I Secretary of War, chairman. 

■Curtis D. Wilbur Secretary of the Navy 

Hubert Work ..I Secretary of the Interior 



W'illiam M. Jardine 

Herbert Hoover 

James J. Davis 

X,ieut. Col. M. R. Hilgard, 
U. S. Army. 



Secretary of Agriculture- 
Secretary of Commerce- 
Secretary of Labor 

Custodian of records 



(') 



1 Pay of rank ; receives no additional compensation as member of the council. 

NATIONAL HOME FOR DISABLED VOLUNTEER SOLDIERS 



Headquarters OfBce 

National Military Home, 
Dayton, Ohio 

•George H. Wood 

•C. W. Wadsworth 

B. F. Havden 

B. K. Cash 

7. W. Franke 

Roy B. Shook 



Branch Homes 



Fred C. Runkle 

Charles M. PearsalL 



Keith Ryan 

L,. A. Thompson. 
<C. n. Barth 



O. K. Marshall 

WilUam MacLake- 

John A. Hadley 

W. C. Klotz 



President, board of managers - 

General treasurer _ 

Chief surgeon 

Inspector general --_ 

Assistant general treasurer 

Superintendent, General Depot, Davton, 
Ohio. 



Governor, Central Branch, Dayton, Ohio 

Governor, NorthwesternBranch, iVIilwaukee, 

Wis. 

Governor, Eastern Branch, Togus, We 

Governor, Southern Branch, Hampton, V'a.. 
Governor, Western Branch, Leavenworth, 

Kans. 
Governor, Pacific Branch, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Medical director and superintendent, Marion 

Branch, Marion, Ind. 

Governor, Danville Branch, Danville, lU 

Medical director and superintendent, Moun- 
I tain Branch, Johnson City, Tenn. 
J. .\. Barker I Governor and surgeon. Battle Mountain 

Sanitarium, Hot Springs, S. Dak. 
I 



Ohio--. 


3d 


1 Ohio... 


3d 


Ohio.-. 


3d 


Ohio... 


3d 


Ohio... 


3d 


Ohio-- 


3d 


Ohio... 


3d 


Wis..„ 


4th.... 


Me 


ist...- 


Va 


1st 


Kans 


1st.. 


Calif..- 


10th... 


Ind..-- 


11th... 


111 


18th... 


Tenn . . 


1st 


S. Dak. 


3d 1 



$4, 000 
5, 000 
4.500 
3,500 
3.500 
2,400 



4,200 
4,200 



3,300 
3,600 



4.200 
6,000 



3,300 
6,000 



3,300 



116 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 



UNITED STATES SOLDIERS' HOME 

The United States Soldiers' Home is for the use of old, invalid, and disabled soldiers of the Regular j\.rmy . 
It is maintained entirely from funds derived from pay of Regular Army soldiers. 



Maj. Gen. Tasker H. Bliss (re- 
tired). 

Maj. P. W. West (retired) 

Col. W. C. Babcock (retired).. 

Col. H. P. Birmingham (re- 
tired). 

Col. D. S. Stanley (retired) 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Governor. 



Deputy governor... 
Secretary-treasurer. 
Chief surgeon 



Quartermaster and purchasing officer. 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



1 Pay of rank. 



FEDERAL NARCOTICS CONTROL BOARD 



Frank B. Kellogg... 
Andrew W. Mellon. 

Herbert Hoover 

William B. Norris. _ 



LeviG. Nutt- 



Charles C. Concannon.. 
Manford R. Livingston - 



Secretary of State, member | 

Secretary of the Treasury, member ; 

Secretary of Commerce, member ...1 

State Department representative, advisory I 
committee. ' 

Treasury Department representative, ad- \ 
visory committee, and secretary of the 
board. 

Commerce Department representative, ad- 
visory committee. 

Assistant secretary of the board (detailed from 
Treasury Department) . 



Mo. 
111.. 



Ga.. 
Ind. 



4th.. 
18th_ 



4th... 



1 No separate compensation provided; compensation received in respective departments named. 

NATIONAL SCREW THREAD COMMISSION 



George K. Burgess 

Lieut. Col. E. C. Peck, U. S. 

Army. 
Col. John O. Johnson, U. S. 

Army. 
Commander Miles A. Libbey, 

U. S. Navy. 
Commander J. B. Rhodes, 

U. S. Navy. 
Frank O. Wells 



Luther D. Burlingame. 

Earle Buckingham 

George S. Case 

H. W. Bearce 



Chairman (Director of the Bureau of Stand- 
ards) . 
Representing the War Department 



Representing the War Department. _ 
Representing the Navy Department. 
Representing the Navy Department. 



Representing the American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers. 

Representing the American Society of Me- 
chanical Engineers. 

Representing the Society of Automotive En- 
gineers. 

Representing the Society of Automotive En- 
gineers. 

Secretary (senior scientist. Bureau of Stand- 
ards.) 



Calif... 


3d 


Ohio... 


20th... 


Conn-. 


3d 


Va 


8th.... 


Pa 


1st 


Mass -. 


1st-... 


R.L... 


3d 


Conn.- 


1st 


Ohio... 


20th... 


Me.... 


2d 



(') 

(2) 

0) 

(') 
(') 
(2) 

(2) 
(?) 
(2) 
« 



' Receives no compensation as a member of the National Screw Thread Commission. 
2 Serves without compensation. 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 



117 



COMMISSION OF FINE ARTS 





OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


Charles Moore 


Commissioner, chairman . 


Mich 










N.Y... 






H. Siddons Mowbray . 


Commissioner 


Conn.- 








Commissioner.. 


Pa 






William Vdarus Delano 


Commissioner.. . . 


N.Y. 






Lorado Taft 


Commissioner ... 


Ill 








Commissioner 


Ohio 






H. P. Caemmerer .. 


Secretary and executive officer . 


Wis... 




$2,400 













1 Serve without compensation; the members are reimbursed for their traveling expenses. 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND PUBLIC PARKS 



Lieut. Col. C. O. Sherrill, U 

Army. 
Earl G. Marsh 

Irving W. Payne 

Frank T. Gartside 

Frank W. Hoover 

Bert C. Gardner 

James F. Gill 

Charles Henlock 

Patrick Joyce 

Patrick J. Carroll 



Director. 



Chief, construction and major alterations sec- 
tion. 

Chief, landscape architecture section 

Chief, park maintenance division 

Chief, building maintenance division 

Chief, administrative division 

Chief, transportation and supply division 

Chief, horticultural division 

Chief, Rock Creek Park division 

Lieutenant U. S. park police 







D. C... 




m 

Md.... 
D.C... 


3d 

4th.... 


Iowa... 
N.J-..- 
D.C... 


2d 

10th... 


N.Y... 
D.C... 


2d 







(>) 

$3,800 

3,200 
3,000 
6,000 
3,600 
3,100 
2,700 
2,400 
2,700 



1 Pay of rank; no additional compensation for this service. 

ROCK CREEK AND POTOMAC PARKWAY COMMISSION 



Andrew W. Mellon 

Dwight F. Davis 

William M. Jardine 

Lieut. Col. C. O. SherriU, U. S 
Army. 

George E. Clark I Civil engineer 

i 



Secretary of the Treasury. , 

Secretary of War 

Secretary of Agriculture 

Executive and disbursing officer. 



Va. 



(') 
$3,000 



JOHN ERICSSON MEMORIAL COMMISSION 



Simeon D. Fess 

Curtis D. Wilbur.'".^^]]]"'."^!;; 
Lieut. Col. C. O. SherrUl, 
U. S. Army. 



Chairman Senate Committee on the Library, 

chairman. 
Chairman House Committee on the Library. 

Secretary of the Navy 

Executive and disbursing officer 



0) 



' Pay of rank; receives no additional compensation for service on the commission. 

MEADE MEMORIAL COMMISSION 



Dwight F. Davis 

Simeon D. Fess 

Giflord Pinchot^"!""'"'"-^" 
Lieut. Col. C. O. Sherrill 
U. S. Army. 



Secretary of War, chairman 

Chairman Senate Committee on the Library. 
Chairman House Committee on the Library. 

Governor of Pennsylvania 

Executive officer 



1 Serves without compensation. 

* Pay of rank; receives no additional compensation for service on the commission. 



118 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 



ARUNGTON MEMORIAL BRIDGE COMMISSION 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C , unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Calvin Coolidge.. President of the United States, chairman 

Charles E. Dawes President of the Senate 

Nicholas Longworth... ' Speaker of the House of Representatives 

Bert M. Fernald I Chairman Senate Committee on Public 

Buildings and Grounds. 
Chairman House Committee on Public 

Buildings and Grounds. 
Executive and disbursing ofDcer 



Lieut. Col. C. O. Sherrill, 

U. S. Army. 
Maj. J. C. Mehafley, U. S. 

Army. 
John L. Nagle. _ 



Assistant. 



Designing engineer. 



Legal residence 



State 



HL 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



0) 

, (1) 

3d $5,000 



1 Pay of rank; reoaives no additional compensation for service on the commission. 

NATIONAL CAPITAL PARK COMMISSION 



Maj. Gen. Harry Taylor .1 Chief of Engineers, U. S. Army 

Lieut. Col. J. Franklin Bell, [ Engineer commissioner, District of Columbia. 
U. S. Army. 

Stephen T. Mather j Director National Park Service, Department 

of Agriculture. 
Chief, Forest Service, Department of Agri- 
culture. 
Chairman Senate Committee on the District 

of Columbia. 
Chairman House Committee on the District 

of Columbia. 
Executive secretary 



V/illiam B. Greeley. 
Arthur Capper 



Lieut. Col. C. O. Shsi. -1. 



(') 



Pay of rank; receives no additiona compensation for service on the commission. 

COMMISSION ON NAVY YARDS AND NAVAL STATIONS 



Appointed by direction of the President to carry out provisions of the act of Congress, apr . oved August 29, 
1916, relative to the establishment of navy yards, naval stations, and submarine and aviation bases. 


Rear Admiral Washington L. 

Capps, U. S. Navy. 
Rear Admiral Harry H, Rous- 


Commissioner 

Commissioner 


— 


(') 
(') 


seau, U. 8. Navy. 
Capt. Frank T. Chambers, 

U. S. Navy. 


Commissioner - .... . 




■(') 




J J ■ ■_ ■ 





' Pay of rank; see Navy Pay Tables in Appendix, pp. 145, 146. 

UNITED STATES GEOGRAPfflC BOARD 



Frank Bond 

Lawrence Martin. 
James McCormick 



Chairman, General Land Office, Depart- 
ment of the Interior. 

Chairman executive committee, Library of 
Congress. 

Secretary, Geological Survey, Department 
of the Interior. 



1 The membership of this board is made up of representatives from branches of the Government service, 
who receive no additional compensation for their duties on the board. 

BOARD OF SURVEYS AND MAPS OF FEDERAL GOVERNMENT 





Chairman, Coast and Geodetic Survey, De- 
partment of Commerce. 

Vice chairman, General Land Office, Depart- 
ment of the Interior. 

Secretary, Geological Survey, Department 
of the Interior. 






(') 


\''thur D Kidder 






(') 


J II Wheat 







(1) 











'The membership of this board is made up of representatives from branches of the Government service, 
who receive no additional compensation for their duties on the board. 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 119 

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION 

The Smithsonian Institution was created by act of Congress in IS46, under the terms of the will of James 
Sniithson, an Englishman, who in 1826 heciueathed his fortun? to the SJnited States to found, at Washinii- 
ton, under the name of the "Smithsonian Institution," an establishment for the "increase and diffusion 
of knowledge among men." The Smithson fund has been increased by other bequests and gifts. The 
institution is lesilly an establish'n.mt having as its members the President of the United States, the 
Vice President, the Chief Justice, and tlie President's Cabinet. It is governed by a board of regents consist- 
ing of the Vice President, the Chief Justice, three Members of the United States Senate, three Members 
of the House of Representatives, and six eitiz.ons of the United States appointed by joint resolution of 
Congress, all of whom serve without compensation. The secretary of the Smithsonian Institution is its 
executive officer and the director of its activities. 



Office of the Secretary 

Charles D. Walcott... 

Charles G. Abbot ..._ 

Alexander Wetmore. 

H. W. Dorsey 

N. W. Dorsey 

Webster P. True 

William Lee Corbin 

James Q. Traylor 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 



Secretary 

Assistant secretary 

Assistant secretary 

Chief clerk 

Accounting and disbursing agent. 

Editor 

Librarian 

Appointment clerk 



Legal residence 



State 



Mass... 
Kans... 



Cong, 
dist. 



8th. 
2d.. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



(') 

$5,200 
16,000 

(') 
13,000 

(') 

(') 
■2,300 



GOVERNMENT BUREAUS UNDER DIRECTION OF SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION 



U. S. National Museum 



Alexander Wetmore 

William de C. Ravenel. 



Leonhard Stejneger. 
George P. Merrill... 
Walter Hough 



Bureau of American Etlinology 
.t. Walter Fewkes. 

International Exchanges 
Charles O. Abbot 

National Zoological Park 

William M. Mann. 

Astrophysical Observatory 



.Assistant secretary in charge 

Administrative assistant to the secretary, 
director of arts and industries. 

Head curator of biology 

Head curator of geology 

Head curator of anthropology 



Chief. 



Assistant secretary in charge. 



Superintendent . 



Charles G. Abbot. 
A. F. Moore 



Hugh B. Freeman. 



International Catalogue of 
Scientific Literature 



L. C. Gunnell 

National Gallery of Art 
William H. Holmes.. 



Assistant secretary (director) 

Director, observing station (Harqua Hala, 
Ariz.). 

Director, observing station (Mount Monte- 
zuma, Chile). 



Assistant in charge. 



Director . 



Kans... 

S.C... 


2d-..:- 
7th..... 


D.C... 




Me 

W. Va. 


2d 

2d 

j 


Mass... 


9th.... 


Mass.. 


8th. __ 


Mont.. 


lst.._. 


Mass... 
Calif... 


8th... _ 
lOth... 


Calif... 


10th... 


D.C... 




Ul 


2d 



.$6, 000 
5,200 

5,200 
5,200 
5, 200 



5,200 



'■ 5, 200 



5,200 



5, 200 
3,000 



3,000 



3,000 



5,200 



1 Paid from Smithsonian Fund. 

2 Paid from Astrophysical Observatory appropriation. 

3 Paid from special appropriation. Also charged with supervision of the scientific acti\>ities of the Na- 
tional Zoological Park and the National Gallery of ,\rt. 

* Paid from National Museum and International Exchange apprupriations. 
= Paid from National Museum appropriation. 

59927— 2ot 9 



120 Official Register of the United States, 1925 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA GOVERNMENT 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 




Board of Commissioners 



Cuno H. Rudolph 

Lieut. Col. J. Franklin Bell, 

Corps of Engineers, U. S. 

Army. 
Frederick A. Penning Commissioner 



Executive Office 

Daniel E. Garges 

Auditor's Office 



Commissioner, president of board. 
C ommissioner... 



Secretary to board . 



Daniel J. Donovan Auditor _, 

Simon McKimmie Assistant auditor. 

Estill E. Navlor .\ssistant auditor. 



Assessor's Office 



William P. Kic-hards Assessor... 

-•Vle.x. McKenzie Assistant assessor. 

Fred D. Allen j Assistant assessor. 

Livingston S. Johnson I Assistant assessor. 

Charles H. Russell j Assistant assessor. 

Frank A. Gunther Assistant assessor. 

John T. Bardroff Assistant assessor. 

Mary C. Fitzgerald Assistant assessor- 



Collector's Office 



C. ISI. Towers ' Collec-tor of ta.xes 

W. D. Clark, jr j Deputy collector of taxes. 



Purchasing Office 



Marion C. Hargrove. 
John W. Wimer 



License Bureau 



Wade n. Coombs. 
Edward E. Bailey. 



Purchasing officer 

Deputy purchasing officer. 



Superintendent of licenses. 
Chief clerk 



Office of Corporation Counsel 

Francis H. Stephens Corporation counsel- 
Robert L. Williams \ .Assistant corporation counsel. 

Ringgold Hart j Assistant corporation counsel. 

I 
Weights, Measures, and j 
Marliets 

George M. Roberts [ Superintendent 

W. C. Diller Chief inspector 



Insurance Department 

Thomas M. Baldwin, jr ! Superintendent 

Frank B. Bryan, jr i Deputy superintendent and examiner. 

Office of Veterinary 

Frederick W. Grenfell ' Veterinary surgeon 

Coroner's Office 

J. R. Nevitt, Rl. D j Coroner 

Office of Director of Traffic 

Maurice O. Eldridge.. \ Director 

Irving C. Moller | Assistant director and traffic engineer. 

Alfred G. Seller i Administrative assistant ..- 



^^^^^ dist. 



D. C 



D. C. 



D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 



D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C- 
D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 



D. C- 
D. C- 



D. C. 
D. C. 



D. C. 
D. C. 



D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 



D. C. 



D.C. 



D. C $7,500 

D.C...' (1) 



7,500 



4,400 



5,600 
3,000 
3,000 



5,200 
3,300 
3,300 
3,300 
3,300 
3,300 
3,300 
2,300 



.-,, 400 
2, 600 



4, 400 
2,900 



3,000 
,1,860 



(i, uuo 
5,200 
3,800 



3,000 
1,860 



:i, soo 

3,000 



1,740 



2,100 



5,600 
4,400 
3,300 



' Pay of rank plus so much as may be necessary to make salary $7,500. 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 



121 



DISTPICT OF COLUMBIA GOVERNMENT 

('ontiuued 



OFFICIAL TITLE 



Legal residence 



Q. X Cong. 
^^^^^ dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Free Public Library 

George F. Bowerman... 

Clara W. Herbert 

Helen L. Cavanagh 

Margery Quigley 

Louise P. Latimer 

Frances S. Osborne 

Rebecca P. Warner 

Public Utilities Commission 

E. V. Fisher ..- 

B. M. Bachman - 

R. G. Klotz 

E. J. Milligan 

Engineer Department 

Record Dioision 
Roland M. Brennan 

Building Inspection Division 

John W. Oehmann 

John Ritchie, jr 

Plumbing Inspection Division 

Alfred R. McGonegal - 

John A. Kane 

Municipal Architect's Office 

Albert L. Harris 

Henry Storey. ..- 

Surface Division 

Conway B. Hunt 

John W. Dare 

David E. McComb 

Surveyor's Office 

Melvin C. Hazen 

William I. Boyd. 

Edward A. Dent 

Sewer Division 

John Blake Gordon 

Electrical Department 

Warren B. Hadley 

Walter E. Kern 

Trees and Parking Division 

Cliflord Lanham 

C. B. Wallace 

City Refuse Division 

Morris Hacker 

T. L. Costigan 

Water Department 

John S. Garland 

George W. Wallace 

Douglas W. Helton 

Paul Lanham 

Samuel Riggs 

' $180 per annum deducted for 



Chief librarian 

Assistant librarian 

Chief clerk and assistant to librarian 

Librarian, Mount Pleasant branch library. 

Director, work with children. 

Librarian, Southeastern branch library 

Librarian, Takoma Park branch library... 



D.C. 
D.C. 
D. C- 
D. C. 
D.C. 
D.C. 
D.C. 



Executive secretary : D. C. 

Accountant- | D. C. 

Engineer j D. C. 

Chief clerk- _. i D.C. 



Chief clerk D.C. 



Inspector of buildings D. C. 

Chief clerk.... ....I D.C. 



Inspector of plumbing i D. C. 

Chief clerk .J D. C. 



Municipal architect | D. C. 

Superintendent of repairs .1 D. C. 



Engineer of highways D. C. 

Assistant engineer D. C. 

Engineer of bridges | D. C. 



Surveyor 

Assistant surveyor. 
Assistant engineer.. 



Sanitary engineer. 



Electrical engineer 

.\ssistant electrical engineer. 



D.C. 
D.C. 
D.C. 



D.C. 



D.C. 
D.C. 



Superintendent -- - I D. C. 

Assistant superintendent | D. C. 



Supervisor city refuse ' D. C. 

Superintendent street cleaning I D. C. 



Superintendent D. C. 

Water registrar I D. C. 

Engineer i D. C. 

Chief, water surveys j D. C. 

Chief clerk , I D. C. 

house. 



$5,200 
3,000 
2,100 
3,000 
3,000 
1,860 
1,860 



4,000 
3, 300 
3,000 
2,100 



3,100 



3,800 
2,J00 



2,500 
1,500 



5,200 
2,400 



5,400 
4,000 
3,100 



4,000 
3,000 
3,000 



5,400 



3,800 
3,000 



2 3,220 
2,500 



5,400 
4,000 



5, 40O 
3,100 
4,000 
3,100 
2,400 



122 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA GOVERNMENT 

Continued 



Board of Education 

ICdwin r. Graham 

Frank W . Ballou 

Stephen E. Kramer 

Garnet C. Wilkinson 

Robert L. Haycock 

Marion P. Shadd 

Jessie La Salle 

Howard H. Long 

Rose Lees Hardy .-. 

Raymond O. Wilmarth ._ 

Harry English 

John A. Chamberlain 

Cecil Norton Broy 

Harry O. Hine 

R. W. Holt 

Fay L. Bentley 

Hugh F. McQueeney 

Ben W. Murch 

Janet Mc William 

Ephraim G. Kimball 

Seldon M. Ely 

Adelaide Davis 

Walter B. Patterson 

Anne Beers 

Hosmer M. Johnson 

John C. Nalle 

Leon L. Perry 

John C. Bruce. _ 

Playground Department 

Susie Root Rhodes 

Metropolitan Police Depart- 
ment 



Edwin B. Hesse 

Charles A. Evans 

Clifford L. Grant 

Henry G. Pratt-... 

Ernest W. Brown 

William H. Harrison 

William S. Shelby 

Thaddeus R. Bean 

Guy E. Burlingame 

Robert E. Doyle 

Walter Emerson 

Collin E. E. Flather 

Albert J. Headley 

Charles P. M. Lord 

Charles T. Peck 

Caney L. Plemmons 

Martin Reilly 

Wilhara E. Sanford 

Ira Sheetz 

Louis J. StoU 

James F. Beckett 

Charles H. Bremerman. 

Maurice Collins 

James Conlon 

Frederick M. Cornwell. 

Ogden T. Davis 

James L. Giles 

McGill Grove 

William P. Hess 

Yulee Hodges 

William E. Holmes 

Harry R. Lohman 

Joseph W. Pierson 

Michael L. Raedy 

Joshua L. Sprinkle 

WiUiam G. Stott 

Jeremiah A. Sullivan... 
Mina C. Van Winkle. .. 

John M. Walsh 

James E. Wilson 



)KFiaAl. TITLE 



T^egal residence 



Cong, 
dist. 



Prcsideul Board of Education 

Superintendent of schools 

First assistant superintendent... 

First assistant superintendent 

Assistant superintendent 

Assistant superintendent 

Assistant superintendent 

Assistant superintend ent 

Assistant superintendent 

Assistant superintendent 

Chief, board of examiners 

Supervisor of manual training — 

General director community centers 

Secretary Board of E ducation 

Chief accountant 

Director school attendance and work permits 

Superintendent of janitors 

Supervising principal 

Supervising principal 

Supervising principal. 

Supervising principal 

Supervising principal 

Supervising principal . 

Supervising principal 

Supervising principal 

Supervising principal 

Supervising principal 

Supervising principal 

Supervisor of playgrounds 



Major and supiM inteuiient. 
Assistant superintendent... 
Assistani superintendent... 
Assistant superintendent.. 

Inspector 

Inspector 

Inspector 

Captain 

Captain 

Captain 

Captain 

Captain. 

Captain 

Captain.. . 

Captain 

C aptain 

Captain. 

Captain 

Captain 

Captain. 

Ijieutenant 

Lieutenant 

Lieutenant 

Li eu tenant 

Lieutenant-. 

Lieutenant- - 

Lieutenant 

Lieutenant 

Lieutenant 

Lieutenant 

Lieutenant- 

Lieutenant 

Lieutenant 

Lieutenant 

Lieutenant 

Lieutenant 

Lieutenant 

Lieutenant 

Lieutenant. 

Lieutenant — 



D. C 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



None. 

$9,000 
5,200 
5,200 
4,300 
4,300 
4,200 
4,200 
4,200 
4,200 
4,100 
4,100 
3,300 
3,000 
3,000 
3,200 
3,000 
4,100 
4,100 
4,100 
4,100 
4,100 
4,100 
4,100 
4,100 
4,100 
4,100 
4,100 



3,300 



D. C... .5,200 

D. C 3,500 

D. C 3,500 

D. C... 3,500 

D. C... 3,250 

D. C...' 3,250 

D. C... . 3,250 

D. C 3,000 

D. C 3,000 

D. C...L 3,000 

D. C... 3,000 

D. C 3,000 

D. C...' 3,000 

D. C... 3,000 

D. C 3,000 

D. C... 3,000 

D. C 3,000 

D. C... 3,000 

D. C..J I 3,000 

D. C... 3,000 

D. C...!.. 2,700 

D. C... j 2,700 

D. C...L 1 2,700 

D. C... I 2,700 

D. C...' I 2,700 

D. C... 2,700 

D. C-. 2,700 

D. C... ! 2,700 

D. C... I 2,700 

D. C... 2,700 

D. C...' I 2,700 

D. C... I 2,700 

D. C... 2,700 

D. C... i 2,700 

D. C... i 2,700 

D. C...' 2,700 

D. C... I 2,700 

D. C...! j 2,700 

D. C...' ! 2,700 

D. C...' i 2,700 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 



123 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA GOVERNMENT 

Continued 



Fire Department 



George S. Watson 

Andrew J. Sullivan.. 
Philip W. Nicliolson. 

Edward R. Pierce 

James C. Kelitier 

Jolin Carrington 

Peter R. Davis _. 

Tliomivs O'Connor... 

Charles F. Beers 

William F. Lanahan. 

Charles W. Gill. 

Charles E. Schrom... 
Leonard V. Seib 



OttoE. Fearn. 



Health Department 



VVilliam C. Fowler.. 
Rowland H. Ford... 

.\rthur G. Cole 

Charles R. Holman. 
Reid R. Ash worth.. 
Thomas M. Price... 

Jesse P. Porch 

John E. Noble 

James Q. Gumming. 



Hugh J. Davis. 



Police Court 



Gus A. Schuldt 

John P. McMahon 

Isaac R. Hitt 

George H. Macdonald. 

Frank A. Sebring 

Estelle Foster 



Javenile Court 



Kathryn Sellers 

Joseph W. Sanford. 
Jeannette Ezekiels. 



Municipal Court 



George C. Aukam... 
Charles V. Meehan.. 
Robert E. Mattingly. 

Robert H. Terrell 

Mary O'Toole 

Blanche Nefl 



Charities and Corrections 

Board of Chariiiex 

George S. Wilson 

Mary Pratt Allen. 



OKFICIAI. TITLE 



Chief engineer 

Deputy chief engineer... 
Deputy chief engineer... 
C hief clerk 

Battalion chief engineer. 
Battalion chief engineer. 
Battalion chief engineer. 
Battalion chief engineer. 
Battalion chief engineer. 
Battalion chief engineer. 
Battalion chief engineer. 
Battalion chief engineer. 
Fire marshal 



Superintendent of machinery. 



Health oflicer ..- 

Assistant health officer 

Chief clerk and deputy health officer 

Chief sanitary insi)ector 

Chief food inspector. 

C hemist 

Serologist 

Bacteriologist 

Chief, bureau of preventable diseases, and 

director of biological laboratories. 
Director child welfare and hygiene service 



Presiding judge 

Associate judge 

Associate judge 

Associate judge 

Clerk of court.. 

Chief probation officer . 



Judge 

Clerk, director probation department. 
Chief probation officer 



Presiding judge. 

Judge 

Judge 

Judge 

Judge. 

Clerk 



Secretary _. 

Assistant secretary. 



Richard F. Tobin.. I Medical officer. 

Penal Institutions 

Morris M. Barnard | General superintendent, Lorton, Va 

W^ L. Peak , Assistant superintendent, jail 

(^harles C. McClaughry [ Assistant superintendent, workhouse, Occo- 

i quan, Va. 
A. C. Tawse Assistant superintendent, reformatory, Lor- 
ton, Va. 

Lottie R. Richardson Superintendent, National Training School for 

Girls. 

George A. Sterling... Superintendent, National Training Schoolfor 

Boys. 

' $300 additional as presiding judge. 
* Less $420 for maintenance and house. 
' Less $300 for maintenance and quarters. 

' The National Training School for Boys is under the control of the Attorney General, and provision for 
its support is made in the appropriation act for the Department of Justice. 



Legal residence 


Com- 


State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


D. C... 




$5,200 


D. C... 




3,500 


D. C... 




3,500 


D. C... 




3,300 


D. 0... 




3,250 


D. C... 




3,250 


D. C... 




3,250 


D. C -. 




3,250 


D. C... 




3,250 


D. C 




3,250 


D. C. 




3,250 


D. C... 




3,250 


D. C. 




3,250 


D. C... 




3,250 


D. C. 




5,200 


D. C... 




3,800 


D. C... 




2,800 


D. C 




2,100 


D. C... 




2,400 


D. C 




3,800 


D. C... 




2,400 


D. C... 




3,000 


D. C. 




3,800 


D. C 




2,400 


D. C... 




.5,400 


D. C._. 




5,400 


D. C 




5,400 


D. C... 




5,400 


D. C 




3,600 


D. C 




2,100 


D. C 




5,200 


D. C 




3,000 


D. C... 




2,400 


D. C... 




3 5,700 


D. C... 




5,400 


D. C_ 




5,400 


D. C... 




5,400 


D. C... 




5,400 


D. C. 




2,600 


D. C... 




5,200 


D. C... 




2,400 


D. C... 




3,000 


D. C... 




M.OOO 


D. C... 




*3,000 


D. C... 




<3,000 


D.C... 




<3,000 


D. C... 




«2.400 


D. C... 




<.«3.000 



124 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA GOVERNMENT 

Continued 



Charities and Corrections- 
Continued 

Hospitals, Homes, etc. 

Joseph Winthrop Peabody 

Edwin W. Patterson 

James E. Stuart. 

Kenneth B, Jones 

Wendell P. Tucker 

Earl M'. Cassie 

William J. Fay...;. 

A. n. Tyson __. 

T. A. Hudlow 

Examining Boards 

R. G. Rankin 

F. A. Hornaday 

C. H. Howland 

John R. Mohler_ 

Edgar P. Copcland 

L. D. Walter 

G. C. Birdsall 

First Lieut. Elizabeth A, 
Melby, U.S. Army. 

M. A. Leese.-. 

Augustus C. Taylor 

Edward W. Donn, jr 

E. F. Vermillion 

Maj. R. A. Wheeler, U. S. Array 

Louis Conradis 

Recorder of Deeds 

Arthur G. Froe 

Robert W. Dutton. 

Catherine F. Downing 

Register of Wills' 

James Tanner 

Theodore Cogswell 



OFFICIAL TlTLli 



Superintendent, Tuberculosis Hospital 

Superintendent, Gallinger Municipal Hos- 
pital. 

Agent, Board of Childrens' Guardians 

Superintendent, District Training School, 

Annapolis Junction, Md. 
Superintendent, Industrial Home School for 
Colored Children. 

Superintendent, Industrial Home School 

Superintendent, Home for the Aged and 

Infirm. 
Superintendent, Municipal Lodging House. . 
Superintendent, Temporary Home for Union 
Ex-Soldiers and Sailors. 



President, Board of Accountancy __. 

Secretary, Anatomical Board 

President, Board of Dental Examiners 

President, Board of Veterinary Examiners... 

President, Board of Medical Elxaminers 

President, Board of Eclectic Medical Ex- 
aminers 
President, Board of Homeopathic Medical 

Examiners. 
President, Nurses' Examining Board 

President, Board of Optometry 

President, Board of Pharmacy 

President, Board of Examiners of Architects.. 

Secretary, Board of Examiners of Steam Engi- 
neers. 

Chairman, Board for Condenmation of In- 
sanitary Buildings. 

President, Board of Plumbing 

Recorder of deeds 

First deputy recorder of deeds 

Chief clerk 

Register of wills 

First deputy register of wills 



Legal residence 



gf . Cong. 
^^^^^ dist. 



D. C... 
D. C. 



D. C_ 
D. C. 



D. C. 



D. C. 
D. C_ 



D. C. 
D. C. 



D. C- 
D. C. 
D.C_ 
D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 

D. C. 

D.C. 

D. C. 
D.C. 
D.C. 
D. C_ 



D. C_ 



W. Va. 
D.C... 
D. C... 



N. Y. 
D.C. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



* $3. COO 
<3,800 

3,000 
3,780 

*2,400 

«2,400 
«2,400 

5 1, 740 
5 1,740 



Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 
Fees. 

Fees. 

(■) 

Fees. 
Feas. 
Fees. 
150 

(>) 



4,000 
3,000 
1,680 



4,000 
3,200 



1 Pay of rank; see Army Pay Tables in Appendix, pp. 143, 144. 
* Less $420 for maintenance and house. 
' Less $300 for maintenance and quarters. 

' The register of wills, as clerk of the probate court, is an officer of the Supreme Court of the District of 
Columbia, which has probate jurisdiction for the District. 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 125 

COLUMBIA INSTITUTION FOR THE DEAF 

Patron ex officio. — Calvin Coolidgo, Prosidont of the United States. 

Pre.ndent. — Percival Hall, Kendall Green, Wasliiugton, D. C. 

Directors. — Wesley L. Jonos, Senator from Washington; John E. Ilakor, Representative from California; 
Addison T. Smith, Representative from Idaho; Theodore W. Noyes, Frederic A. Delano, Howard L. 
Hodgkins, and Vernon Kellogg, citizens of the District of Columbia; Ernest G. Draper, citizen of New 
I'ork; William E. Humphrey, citizen of Wasliington; the president and the secretary of the institution. 

Secretary.— Rev. Ulysses G. B. Pierce, Washington, D. C. 

Treasurer. — H. Ralph Burton, Washington, D. C. 

Columbia Institution for the Deaf is a corporation established in 1857 by private enterprise. It is now 
maintained by direct appropriations by Congress, by tuition fees, and by endowment. The act of Congress 
in 1857 incorporating the institution allowed $150 per annum from the United States Treasury for each 
indigent pupil from the District of Columbia. In 1858 Congress granted $:5,000 a year for five years for 
salaries and incidental expenses of the institution, and authorized free admission of deaf and dumb or blind 
children of men in the military or naval service of the United States. In 1865 Congress provided for the 
transfer of the blind children and removed the words "and the blind" from the corporate name of the 
institution. In 1SG4 Congress authorized the institution to confer collegiate degrees. With this new 
departure Congress made a considerable increase in its annual grants and provided that a limited number 
of students be admitted to the collegiate department from the several States and Territories free of charge. 
The number of students thus admitted free was at first 10; the number has been increased by acts of Con- 
gress until now it is 125. In 1887 the college was opened to young women and in 1891 a department for the 
training of hearing teachers of the deaf was established. 

AMERICAN NATIONAL RED CROSS 

President.— Csdvin Coolidge, President of the United States. 

Vice presidents. — Robert W. de Forest, New York City; William Howard Taft, Chief Justice of the 
Supreme Com't of the United States. 

C/io/r/nan.— John Barton Payne, National Red Cross, Washington, D. C. 

Co;(?!seZor.— William D. Mitchell, Solicitor General, Department of Justice, Washington, D. C. 

Treasurer. — Garrard B. Winston, Undersecretary of the Treasury, Washington, D. C. 

Secretary. — Miss Mabel T. Boardman, 1801 P Street, Washington, D. C. 

Vice chairman. — James L. Fieser, Washington, D. C, in charge of domestic operations; Ernest P. Bick- 
nell, Washington, D. C., in charge of insular and foreign operations. 

The American National Red Cross is organized to furnish volunteer aid to the sick and wounded of 
armies in time of war; to act in matters of voluntary relief with similar national societies of other govern- 
ments through the international committee and the Government; to carry on a system of national and 
international relief in time of peace for mitigating the suflferings caused by pestilence, famine, fiie, floods, 
and other great national calamities; and generally to promote measures of humanity and welfare. The work 
of the Red Cross in the United States is carried on largely through the chapter, the local unit of organiza- 
tion. The national headquarters are located at Washington, D. C. It receives no direct Federal appro- 
priation, its activities being maintained by voluntary contributions and donations. In accordance with 
the terms of its charter, it reports annually to the Secretary of War, and its accounts are audited by the 
War Department. 

PAN AMERICAN UNION 

Director General.— Li. S. Rowe. 
Assistant director. — E. Gil Borges. 
Counselor. — Franklin Adams. 
Foreign trade adviser. — William A. Reid. 
Chief clerk.— wmam V. Griffin. 

The Pan American Union (formerly International Bureau of the American Republics) is the official 
international organization of all the Republics of the Western Hemisphere, founded and maintained by 
them for the purpose of exchanging mutually useful information and fostering commerce, intercourse, 
friendship, and peace. It is supported through their joint contributions, each nation annually paying 
that part of the budget of expenses which its population bears to the total population of all the Republics. 
Its general control is vested in a governing board made up of the diplomatic representatives in Washington 
of all the Latin-American Governments and the Secretary of State of the United States. It is strictly 
international in its scope, purpose, and control, and each nation has equal authority in its administration. 
The Pan American Union occupies and owns a monumental building on extensive grounds in Washington, 
D. C, overlooking the White House park. 

PAN AMERICAN SANITARY BUREAU 

Honorary director.— Dr. Mario Q. Lebredo, Havana, Cuba. 

Director. —Snrg. Gen. Hugh S. Cumming, United States Public Health Service, Washington, D. C. 

Assistant to the director.— Asst. Surg. Gen. Bolivar J. Lloyd, United States Public Health Service, 
Washington, D. C. 

Vice director. — Asst. Surg. Gen. J. D. Long, United States Public Health Service, Washington, D. C. 

Secretary.— Dt. Francisco M. Fernandez, Havana, Cuba. 

Eieciiti»e clerk. — W. P. Montgomery, Pan American Building, Washington, D. C. 

Members board of directors.— Dr. Gregorio Araoz Alfaro, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Dr. Alfonso Pruneda, 
City of Mexico; Dr. Raul Almeida Magalhaes, Brazil; Dr. Carlos E. Paz Soldan, Lima, Peru. 

The Pan American Sanitary Bureau was established in accordance with a resolution of the Second 
International Conference of American States, held in the City of Mexico, 1901-2, under the name of Inter- 
national Sanitary Bureau. The Fifth International American Conference, held in Chile in 1923, changed 
the name to Pan American Sanitary Bureau. It was established upon a treaty basis by the Seventh Pan 
American Sanitary Conference, which met in Havana, Cuba, in 1924. The bureau works in close coopera- 
tion with the Pan .American Union, and acts as a clearing house of sanitary information of the Western 
Hemisphere. The bureau publishes a monthly bulletin in Spanish and a bimonthly bulletin in Portu- 
guese, copies of which can be had on application. 



JUDICIAL 



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JUDICIAL 



SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES 





OFFICIAL TITLE ANDl STATION 

(Station is Washington, D. C, unless 
otherwise indicated) 


Legal residence 


Com- 




State 


Cong, 
dist. 


tion 


^Villi'un Howard Taft 


Chief Justice .-- 

Associate Justice 

Associate Justice 

Associate Justice 

Associate Justice 

Associate Justice 

Associate Justice 

Associate Justice 

Associate Justice 

Clerk 

Marshal 


Conn.- 




$15,000 




Mass... 




14,500 




Wyo... 




14,500 


James Clark McReynolds 


Tenn 




14,500 


Mass... 




14,500 




Utah. . 




14,500 


Pierce Butler - - 


Minn . . 




14, 500 


Edward T Sanford 


Tenn. 




14, 500 


Hprlaii Fiske Stone 


N. Y... 




14,500 


William Riley Stansbury 


D. C . 




6,000 


D. C... 




4,500 











UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURTS OF APPEALS 



First Circuit, 








Maine, Massachusetts, New 
Hampshire, Rhode Island, 
Porto Rico 








George H. Bingham 


Circuit judge. Concord, N. H. . 


N. H 


$8, 500 


Circuit judge, Portland, Me 


Me. 


8,500 




Circuit judge, Boston, Mass 


Mass.. 


8,500 






Mass 


4,000 


Second Circuit 








Connecticut, New York, Ver- 
mont 








Henry Wade Rogers 


Circuit judge. New Haven, Conn 

Circuit judge. New York City 

Circuit judge, Brooklyn, N. Y 

Circuit judge. New York, N. Y 

Clerk, New York, N. Y 


Conn.. 

N. Y 


8,500 




8,500 


Martin T. Manton 


N. Y . 


8,500 


Learned Hand . . . .. .. 


N. Y 


8,500 




N. Y 


5,000 


Third arcuit 






Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsyl- 
vania 








Joseph Buffington . 


Circuit judge, Pittsburgh, Pa 

Circuit judge, Wilmington, Del 

Circuit judge, Trenton, N. J 

Clerk, Philadelphia, Pa 


Pa . 


8,500 




Del . ... 


8,500 


J. Warren Davis 


N.J 


8,500 


Saunders Lewis, jr 


Pa. - 


4,500 


Fourth arcuit 






Maryland, North Carolina, 
South Carolina, Virginia, 
West Virginia 








Edmund Waddill, jr 


Circuit judge, Richmond, Va 


Va... 


8,500 


John C. Rose 


Circuit judge, Baltimore, Md 

Circuit judge, Charlotte, N. C 

Clerk, Richmond, Va 


Md . _ 


8,500 


John J. Parker . 


N. C 


8,500 


Claude M. Dean 


Va. 


4,500 


Fifth Circuit 






Alabama, Florida, Georgia, 
Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, 
Canal Zone 








Richard W. Walker 


Circuit judge, Huntsville, Ala 

Circuit judge, Jacksonville, Fla 

Circuit judge. New Orleans, La 

Clerk, New Orleans, La 


Ala 


8,500 


Nathan P. Bryan 


Fla 

La 


8,500 
8,500 


Rufus E. Foster... 


Frank H. Mortimer 


La 


4,750 



129 



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UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURTS OF APPEALS 

Continued 



Sixth Circuit 

Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, 
Tennessee 

Loyal E . Knappen 

Arthur C. Deoison., 

Maurice H. Donahue 

Charles H. Moorman 

Arthur B. Mussman 

Seventh Circuit 

Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin 



Julian W. Mack.. 

Samuel Alschuler 

Evan A. Evans 

George T. Page 

Albert B. Anderson 

Edward M. Ilolloway. 



OFFICIAI, TITLE AND STATION 



Legal residence 



Eighth Circuit 

Arkansas, Colorado, Iowa, Kan- i 
SOS, Minnesota, Missouri, Ne- 
braska, New Mexico, North 
Dakota, Oklahoma, South Da- 
kota, Utah, Wyoming 



Walter H. Sanborn 

Kimbrough Stone 

Robert E . Lewis 

wniiam S. Kenyon 

Arba S. Van Valkenburgh. 

Wilbur F. Booth.... 

Egmont Eugene Koch 



Ninth Circuit 

Arizona, California, Idaho, Mon- 
tana, Nevada, Oregon, Wash- 
ington, Alaska, Hawaii 

WUliam B. Gilbert 

Wallace MeCamant 

Frank H. Rudkin 

William H. Hunt 

William W. Morrow 

Frank D. Monckton 



Circuit judge, CJrand Rapids, Mich 
Circuit judge, Grand Rapids, Mich 

Circuit judge, Columbus, Ohio 

Circuit judge, Louisville, Ky 

Clerk, Cincinnati, Ohio__ 



State 



Mich. 
Mich- 
Ohio.. 
Ky.... 
Ohio.. 



Circuit judge, Chicago, 111 ^ Ul. 

Circuit judge, Chicago, 111.- [ 111... 

Circuit judge, Madison, Wis , Wis. 

Circuit judge, Chicago, ni ' Dl... 

Circuit judge, Indianapolis, Ind _.[ Ind. 

Clerk, Chicago, 111... ! 111... 



Circuit judge, St. Paul, Minn Minn. 

Circuit judge, Kansas City, Mo Mo... 

Circuit judge, Denver, Colo j Colo.. 

Circuit judge, Fort Dodge, Iowa i Iowa.. 



Circuit judge, Kansas City, Mo. 
Circuit judge, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Clerk, St. Louis, Mo 



Mo. 

Minn. 

Mo... 



Circuit judge, Portland, Oreg 1 Oreg.. 

Circuit judge, Portland, Oreg... i Oreg.. 

Circuit judge, Seattle, Wash I Wash. 

Circuit judge, San Francisco, Calif. : Calif.. 

Circuit judge, San Francisco, (^alif ' Calif.. 

Clerk, San Francisco, Calif Calif.. 



Cong, 
dist. 



UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS 

(Including Alaska, Hawaii, and Porto Rico) 



Alabama 

Northern District 

William I. Grubb _._. 

William S. LovelL. 

Charles B. Kennamer... 

Thomas J. Kennamer 

Middle and Northern Districts 

Henry D. Clayton 

Middle District 

George Stuart 

Grady Reynolds 

Douglas Smith 



District judge, Birmingham 

Clerk, Birmingham 

District attorney, Birmingham 
Marshal, Birmingham 

District judge, Montgomery. .. 

Clerk, Montgomery 

District attorney, Montgomery 
Marshal, Montgomery 



Ala 




Ala. . 




Ala 




Ala 




Ala 


1 


Ala 


1 


Ala 




Ala.... 





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131 



UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS 

Continued 



OFKICIAL TITI.K AND STATION 



Legal residence 



Slate 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



District judge, Mohile. 

Clerk, Mobile..: 

Di.striel attorney, Mobile 
Marshal, Mobile 



District judge, Juneau ... 

Clerk, Juneau 

District attorney, Juneau. 
Marshal, Juneau 



District judge, Nome 

Clerk, Nome 

District attorney, Nome. 
Marshal, Nome 



Alabama — ( ontinued 

Southern District 

Robert T. Ervin 

Virgil C. Griffin 

.A.ubrey Boyles 

John W. Van Heuvel 

Alaska 

Division No. 1 

Thomas M . Reed 

John H. Dunn 

Arthur Q. Shoup 

George D. Beaumont 

Division No. 2 

G . J . Lomen 

John Sundback 

William Fred Harrison 

Charles D. Jones 

Division No. S 

Elmer E. Ritchie.. 

W.N. Cuddy 

Frank H. Foster 

Harvey Sullivan 

Division No. 4 

recil H. Clegg 

Robert W.Taylor 

Juiien A. Hurley 

Gilbert B. Stevens 

Arizona 

William li. Sawtelle 

F. C. Jacobs. . 

ClifTord R. McFall 

John B. Wright 

George A . Mauck 

Arkansas 

Eastern District 

Jacob Trieber.. | District judge. Little Rock 

Sidney B. Redding I Clerk, Little Rock 

rharles F. Cole 1 District attorney. Little Rock. 

George L. Mallory Marshal, Little Rock. 

Western District 

Frank A . Youmans 

WUliam S. Wellshear 

Samuel S. Langley.. 

.\ndrew J. Russell 



District judge, Valdez 

Clerk, Valdez 

District attorney, Valdez. 
Marshal, Valdez 



District judge, Fairbanks 

Clerk, Fairbanks 

District attorney, Fairbanks. 
Marshal, Fairbanks 



California 

Northern District 

John S. Partridge 

Frank H. Kerrigan 

Adolphus Frederick St. Sure.. 

Walter B. Maling 

George J. Hatfield 

Frederick L. Esola 

Southern District 

Edward J. Henning 

Paul J. McCormick 

William P. James 

Charles N. Williams 

Samuel W. McNabb 

Albert C. Sittel 



District judge, Fort Smith 

Clerk, Fort Smith 

District attorney, Fort Smith. 
Marshal, Fort Smith 



Ala. 
Ala. 
Ala. 
Ala. 



Alaska 
Alaska 
Alaska 
Alaska 



Alaska 
Alaska 
Alaska 
.\laska 



Alaska 
Alaska 
Alaska 
Alaska 



Alaska 
Alaska. 
-Alaska 
.\laska 



District judge, Tucson Ariz. 

District judge, Globe ^ Ariz. 

Clerk, Tucson .\riz. 

District attorney, Tucson .\riz. 

Marshal, Phoenix Ariz 



District judge, San Francisco 

District judge, San Francisco 

District judge, San Francisco 

Clerk, San Francisco 

District attorney, San Francisco 
Marshal, San Francisco 

District judge, Los Angeles 

District judge, Los Angeles 

District judge, Los .\ngeles 

Clerk, Los .\ngeles 

District attorney, Los Angeles.. 
Marshal, Los Angeles 



Ark. 
Ark. 
Ark. 
Ark. 



Ark. 
Ark. 
Ark. 
Ark. 



Calif. 
Calif- 
Calif. 
Calif. 
Calif. 
Calif. 



Calif. 
Calif. 
Calif. 
Calif. 
Calif. 
Calif. 



S7, 500 
3,500 
4,000 
:i, 000 



7,500 
3,500 
5,000 
4,000 



7,500 
3, 500 
5,000 
4,000 



7,500 
3,500 
5,000 
4,000 



7,500 
3, 500 
5,000 
4,000 



7,500 
7, .500 
3,500 
5,000 
4,750 



7,500 
4,500 
5,000 
4,250 



7,500 
4,000 
4,500 
4,000 



7,500 
7,500 
7,500 
5,000 
7,500 
6,250 



7,500 
7,500 
7,500 
5,000 
7,000 
6,000 



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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS 

Continued 



Canal Zone 

Guy II. Martin 

E. M. Ooolsby 

F. Edward Mitchell 

Irvin M. Licser 

Colorado 

John Foster Symes 

Charles W. Bishop 

George Stephan 

William A. Dollison 

Connecticut 

Edwin S. Thomas 

Charles E. Pickett 

John Buckley 

Jacob D. Walter 

Delaware 

Hugh M. Morris 

Henry C. Mahaffy, jr 

David J. Reinhardt 

Walter S. Money 

District of Columbia 

Peyton Gordon 

Edgar C. Snyder 

Florida 

Northern District 

William B. Sheppard 

Frederick W. Marsh 

FredC. Cubberly 

Millard M. Owens 

Southern District 

RhydonM. Call 

Lake Jones 

Edwin R. Williams 

William M. Gober 

Benjamin E. Dyson 

Georgia 

Northern District 

Samuel H. Sibley 

Clin C. Fuller ._.. 

Clint W. Hager 

Walter Akerman 

Southern District 

William H. Barrett 

Lenoir M. Erwin 

F. G. Boatright 

George B. McLeod-_ 

Hawaii 

Supreme Court 

Emil C. Peters 

Antonio M. Perry... 

Alexander Lindsay, jr 

James A. Thompson 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



District judge, Ancon 

Clerk,^ Ancon 

District attorney, Ancon _ 
Marshal, Ancon 



District judge, Denver 

Clerk, Denver 

District attorney, Denver. 
Marshal, Denver 



Legal residence 



Com- 

1 pensa- 

Cong. I tion 
dist. I 



Colo. 
Colo. 
Colo. 
Colo. 



District judge, Norwalk 1 Conn- 
Clerk, New Haven. Conn- 
District attorney, Hartford I Conn. 

Marshal, New Haven Conn- 



District judge, Wilmington 

Clerk, Wilmington 

District attorney, Wilmington- 
Marshal, Wilmington 



District attorney, D. C. 
Marshal, D. C- 



District judge, Pensacola 

Clerk, Pensacola 

District attorney, Pensacola 
Marshal, Pensacola.. 

District judge, Jacksonville- 
District judge, Tampa 

Clerk, Jacksonville 

District attorney, Tampa . . 
Marshal, Jacksonville.. 



District judge, Atlanta and Union Point 

Clerk, Atlanta 

District attorney, Atlanta _ 

Marshal, Atlanta 

District judge, Augusta 

Clerk, Macon... 

District attorney, Macon 

Marshal, Macon 



Chief justice, Honolulu 

Associate justice, Honolulu. 
Associate justice, Honolulu. 
Clerk, Honolulu 



Del. 
Del. 
Del. 
Del. 



D. C. 
D. C. 



Fla. 
Fla. 
Fla_ 
Fla. 



I 

.1 $7,500 
.p.m. 300 
.1 5,000 
.1 .5,000 




7,500 
4,500 
5,000 
4,500 



7,500 
4,500 
5,500 
3,500 



7,500 
4,000 
4,000 
3,000 



9,000 
6,500 



7,500 
3,500 
4,000 
3,000 



7,500 
7,500 
4,500 
5,000 
4,250 



7,500 
5,000 
6,000 
5,250 



7,500 
4,500 
5,000 
4,250 



7,500 
7,000 
7,000 
4,200 



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133 



UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS 

Continui'd 



Hawaii — Continued 

Circuit Court 

Frank Andrade _._ 

Ray J. O'Brien 

James J. Banks 

John R. Desha 

Daniel H. Case.. 

James Wesley Thompson . 

Homer L. Ross _ 

William C. Achi, jr 

Henry Smith 

Manuel Asue 

John Hills 

A. K. Aona 

Joseph C. Cullen 

District Court 

John T. De Bolt 

William T. Rawlins 

William L. Rosa 

Charles F. Parsons 

Oscar P. Cox 

Idalio 

Frank S. Dietrich 

W. D. McReynolds 

Hoyt E. Ray 

Frank M. Breshears 

Illinois 

Northern District 

George A. Carpenter 

James II. Wilkerson 

Adam C. ClifTe-. 

Charles M. Bates... 

Edwin A. Olson 

Palmer E. Anderson 

Eastern District 

George W. English 

Walter C. Lindley 

Marshall E. Daniel 

W. O. Potter 

James A. White 

Southern District 

Louis FitzHenry. 

Samuel T. Burnett.. 

Thomas Williamson 

James E. McClure 

Indiana 

Robert C. Baltzell 

Thomas W. Slick 

William P. Kappes 

Albert Ward 

Linus P. Meredith 

Iowa 

Northern District 

George C. Scott 

Lee McNeely 

O. P. Linville 

Fred Davis 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



Judge, 
Judge, 
Judge, 
Judge, 
inest 
Judge, 
Judge, 
Judge, 
Judge, 
Clerk, 
Clerk, 
Clerk, 
Clerk, 
Clerk, 



first circuit, Honolulu 

first circuit, Honolulu 

first circuit, Honolulu 

first circuit, Honolulu (division of do- 
le relations) . 

second circuit, Wailuku, Maui 

third circuit, Kailua 

fourth circuit, Hilo..- 

fifth circuit, Lihue._ 

first circuit, Honolulu 

second circuit, Wailuku, Maui 

third circuit, Kailua.. 

fourth circuit, Hilo 

fifth circuit, Lihue 



Judge, Honolulu 

Judge, Honolulu 

Clerk, Honolulu 

District attorney, Honolulu. 
Marshal, Honolulu... 



District judge, Boise.... 

Clerk, Boise 

District attorney, Boise- 
Marshal, Boise _ 



Legal residence 



State 



District judge, Chicago 

District judge, Chicago 

District judge, Chicago 

Clerk, Chicago.. : 

District attorney, Chicago 

Marshal, Chicago 

District judge. East St. Louis... 

District judge, Danville. 

Clerk, East St. Louis 

District attorney. East St. Louis 
Marshal, Danville 

District judge, Peoria 

Clerk, Springfield. . _ 

District attorney, Springfield 

Marshal, Springfield 

District judge, Indianapolis 

District judge. South Bend 

Clerk, Indianapolis 

District attorney, Indianapolis.. 
Marshal, Indianapolis.. 



District judge, Siou.x City 

Clerk, Sioux City.. 

District attorney. Cedar Rapids 
Marshal, Sioux City 



Idaho. 
Idaho. 
Idaho. 
Idaho - 



Cong, 
dist. 



Ind. 
Ind. 
Ind. 
Ind. 
Ind. 



Iowa, 
lowa. 
lowa. 
Iowa. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 

0,000 
6,000 
6,000 
6,000 
3,300 
2,220 
2,100 
2,160 
2,220 



7,500 
7,500 
3,500 
4,500 
4,000 



7,500 
3,500 
4,500 
4,000 



7,500 
7,500 
7,500 
6,000 
10,000 
6,500 



7,500 
7,500 
4,000 
5,000 
4,500 



7,500 
4,500 
5,000 
4,000 



7,500 
7,500 
4,500 
5,500 
4,500 



7,500 
4,000 
5,000 
4,000 



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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS 

Continued 



Iowa— Continued 

Southern District 

Martin J. Wade 

Nicholas F. Reed 

Ross W. Mowry 

Roy B. Gault 

Kansas 

JohnC. Pollock 

F. L. Campbell 

Al. F. Williams 

Fred R. Fitzpatrick 

Kentucky 

Eastern District 

A. M. J. Cochran 

John W. Menzies -._ 

Sawyer A . Smith 

Roy B. Williams 

Western District 

Charles I. Dawson 

A. G. Ronald 

W. Sherman Ball 

Thomas N. Hazelip 

Louisiana 

Eastern District 



Louis H. Burns--. 

H. J. Carter 

Wayne G. Borah - 
Victor Loisel 



Western District 

Benjamin C. Dawkins.- 

William Burch Lee 

Philip H. Mecom 

J. M. S. Whittington... 



Maine 



John A. Peters 

Clarence Hale 

John F. Knowlton 

Frederick R. Dyer 

Stillman E. Woodman. 



Maryland 



Morris A. Soper 

Arthur L. Spamer 

Amos W. W. Woodcock - 
George W. CoUier 



Massachusetts 



OFFICIAL TITLE AKD STATION 



Legal residence 



State 



District judge, Davenport Iowa. 

Clerk, Des Moines - -' Iowa- 
District attorney, Newton.- Iowa. 

Marshal, Creston --- Iowa- 



District judge, Kansas City, Kans- 

Clerk, Topeka 

District attorney, Topeka 

Marshal, Topeka 



District judge, Covington... 

Clerk, Covington -■ 

District attorney, Covington 
Marshal , C ovington 

District judge, Louisville 

Clerk, Louisville... 

District attorney, Louisville. 
Marshal, Louisville 



District judge. New Orleans 

Clerk, New Orleans 

District attorney. New Orleans . 
Marshal, New Orleans 



District judge, Monroe 

Clerk, Shreveport 

District attorney, Shreveport. 
Marshal, Shreveport 



James Arnold Lowell 

Elisha H . Brewster 

James S. Allen 

Harold P. Williams | District attorney, Boston 

William J. Keville Marshal, Boston... 



District judge, Portland 

District judge, Portland 

Clerk, Portland 

District attorney, Portland. 
Marshal, Portland 



District judge, Baltimore 

Clerk, Baltimore 

District attorney, Baltimore. 
Marshal, Baltimore 



District judge, Boston 

District judge, Springfield. 
Clerk, Boston 



Michigan 

Eastern District 

Arthur J. Tuttle 

Charles C. Simons 

Elmer W. Voorheis 

Delos G. Smith 

Frank T. Newton 



Kans. 
Kans- 
Kans. 
Kans. 



Ky. 
Ky. 
Ky. 
Ky. 



Ky. 

Ky. 
Ky. 
Ky. 



La. 
La. 
La. 
La- 



La- 
La- 
La- 
La- 



Me. 
Me- 
Me- 
Me- 
Me. 



Md. 
Md. 
Md. 
Md. 



Mass. 
Mass. 
Mass. 
Mass. 
Mass. 



District judge, Detroit Mich. 

District judge, Detroit -- Mich. 

Clerk, Detroit. j Mich. 

District Attorney, Detroit. Mich. 

Marshal, Detroit I Mich. 



Cong, 
dist. 



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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS 

Continued 



Michigan— Continued 

Western District 

Fred M. Raymond 

Clarence W. Sessions.. 

Charles J. Potter 

Edward J. Bowman 

Martin Brown . _ _ _ 

Minnesota 

William A. Cant 

Joseph W. Molyneaux 

John B. Sanborn 

Joel M. Dickey. 

Lafayette French, jr 

Edward Rustad.. 

Mississippi 

Northern District 

Edwin R. Holmes (appointed 
for northern and southern 
districts). 

James J. Vance 

Lemuel E. Oldham 

John n. Cook 

Southern District 

Edwin R. Holmes (appointed 
for northern and southern 
districts). 

Jack Thompson 

E. E. Hindman 

James C. Tyler 

Missouri 

Eastern District 

Charles B. Faris 

Charles B. Davis 

James J. O'Connor 

.A. lien C urry . - _ 

Theodore W. Hukriede 

Western District 

Merrill E. Otis 

.'\.lbert L. Reeves 

Edwin R. Durham 

Charles C. jMadison 

L K. Parshall 

Montana 

George M. Bourquin 

Charles N. Pray .. 

C. R. Garlow 

John I-. Slattery 

Rolla Duncan 

Nebraska 

Thomas C. Munger 

Joseph W. Woodrough . 

R. C. Hoyt 

James C. Kinsler 

Dennis H. Cronin 

Nevada 

Edward S. Farrington . 

E. O. Patterson 

George Springme ver 

J. H. Fulmer 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



District judge, Grand Rapids 

District judge, Muskegon 

Clerk, Grand Rapids 

District Attorney, Grand Rapids. 
Marshal, Grand Rapids.. 



Legal residence 



State 



Mich. 
Mich. 
Mich. 
Mich. 
Mich. 



District judge, Duluth.. Minn. 

District judge, Minneapolis , Minn. 

District judge, St. Paul • Minn. 

Clerk, St. Paul i Minn. 

District Attorney, St. Paul.. Minn. 

Marshal, St. Paul Minn- 



District judge, Jackson 

Clerk, Oxford I 

District attorney, Oxford., 
Marshal, Oxford 

District judge, Jackson 

Clerk, Jackson 

District attorney, Jackson 
Marshal, Jackson 



District judge, St. Louis 

District judge, St. Louis.. 

Clerk, St. Louis 

District attorney, St. Louis. 

Marshal, St. Louis 

District judge, St. Joseph 

District judge, Kansas City 

Clerk, Kansas City 

District attorney, Kansas City 

Marshal, Kansas City. 

District judge, Butte ...'.; 

District judge, Great Falls.. 

Clerk, Helena 

District attorney, Helena. 

Marshal, Helena 

District judge, Lincoln ^---r-■ 

District judge, Omaha ,'!_... 

Clerk, Omaha 

District attorney, Omaha 

Marshal, Omaha 

District judge, Carson City 

Clerk, Carson City 

District attorney, Reno 

Marshal, Carson City 



Miss. 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$7,500 
7,500 
3,500 
4,500 
4,000 



7,500 
7, .500 
7,500 
5,000 
6,500 
5. 250 



Miss... 




4,000 


Miss. - 




4,000 


Miss... 




3,000 


Miss... 




7,500 


Miss... 




4.000 


Miss... 




4,000 


Miss... 




3,2.50 



Mo 




7,500 


Mo.-.. 




7,500 


Mo 




5,000 


Mo 




6,000 


Mo_..- 




5, 000 


Mo 




7,500 


Mo 




7,500 


Mo 




4,500 


Mo 




7,000 


Mo.-_- 




5.500 


Mont-. 




7,500 


Mont.. 




7,500 


Mont.. 




4,000 


Mont.. 




.i.OOO 


Mont.. 




3. 7.50 


Nebr... 




7,500 


Nebr... 




7,500 


Nebr... 




4, 500 


Nebr . 




f., 000 


Nebr... 




5, 000 


Nev .. 




7,500 


Nev 




3,500 


Nev 


" " 


4,000 


Nev 




3,500 



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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS 

Continued 



LogaJ residence 



OFFin.M. TITLE AND STATION 



gt„tp Cong. 
"■^"^^ dist. 



New Hampshire 

Geoif;o F. Morris District judge, Littleton j N. H. 

Tliomas B. Donnelly Clerk, Concord... i N. H. 

Raymond U. Smith 

Alfred J. Chretien 



New Jersey 



John Rellstab 

Joseph L. Bodine 

William N. Runyon... 

William Clark 

Oeorge T. Cranmer 

Walter O. Winne 

Frederick C. Schneider. 



New Mexico 



Colin Nehlett 

Orie L. Phillips 

William Rose 

John W. Wilson.-.- 
Secundino Romero. 



New York 

Northern District 



Frank Cooper 

Ruth A. Higgison 

■Oliver D. Burden 

Daniel F. Breitenstein. 



Southcrn District 



Augustus N. Hand 

John Clark Knox 

Francis A. Winslow 

Henry W. Goddard 

William Bondy 

Thomas D. Thacher... 
-Alexander Gilchrist, jr. 

Emory R. Buckner 

William C. Hecht 



Eastern District 



(Vacancy) 

Marcus B. Campbell. 

Robert A. Inch 

Percy G. B. Oilkes... 

Ralph C. Greene 

Jesse D. Moore 



Western District 



Jolin R. Hazel 

Harris S. Williams 

Richard H. Templeton. 
Joseph Fritsch, jr 



District attorney, Concord ._ i N. H. 

Marshal, Concord [ N. H. 



District judge, Trenton N. J. 

-■■--- N.J. 

N.J. 
N.J. 
N.J. 
N.J. 
N.J. 



District judge, Trenton- 
District judge, Newark 

District judge, Newark 

Clerk, Trenton 

District attorney, Newark . 
Marshal, Trenton 



District judge, Santa Fe 

District judge, Albuquerque 

Clerk, Santa Fe 

District attorney, Albuquerque. 
Marshal, Santa Fe__ 



District judge, Albany 

Clerk, Utica 

District attorney, Syracuse. 
Marshal, Utica... 



North Carolina 

Eastern District 

Isaac M. Meekins 

Samuel A. Ashe 

Irvin B. Tucker 

Rippon W. Ward 

Western District 

James Edmund Boyd... 

Edwin Yates Webb 

R. L. Blaylock 

Frank A. Linney 

Brownlow Jackson 



District judge. New York City 

District judge. New York City 

District judge, New York City 

District judge, New York City 

District judge, New York City 

District judge, New York City 

Clerk, New York City 

District attorney, New York City. 
Marshal, New York City. 



District judge, Brooklyn 

District judge, Brooklyn 

District judge, Brooklyn 

Clerk, Brooklyn 

District attorney, Brooklyn. 
Marshal, Brooklyn 



District judge, Buffalo 

Clerk, Buffalo 

District attorney, Buffalo. 
M arshal, Rochester 



N. Mex 
N. Mex 
N. Mex 
N. Mex 
N. Mex 



N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N. 


Y 


N. 


Y 


N. 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 


N 


Y 



District judge, Elizabeth City 
Clerk, Raleigh. 

District attorney, Raleigh 

Marshal, Raleigh 

District judge, Greensboro 

District judge, Charlotte 

Clerk, Greensboro 

District attorney, Charlotte... 
Marshal, Ashe ville.. 



N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 

N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 



N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 



N. C. 
N. C. 
N. C. 
N. C. 



N. C- 
N. C. 
N. C. 
N. C. 
N. C. 



N. Y 10,000 

N. Y 6,500 



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137 



UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS 

Continued 



OFKICIAI. TITLE AND STATION' 



North Dakota 



Andrew Miller 

Chmles F. Amidon.. 
J. A. Montgomery... 
Seth W. Richardson. 



District judge, Fargo 

District judge, Fargo 

Clerk, Fargo 

District attorney, Fargo. 



-James F. Shea I Marshal, Fargo. 



Ohio 

Northern JJistrict 



John M. Killits 

D. C. Westenhaver 

Paul Jones 

Bertrand C. Miller 

A. E. Bernsteen i District attorney, Cleveland- 
George A. Stauffer Marshal, Cleveland 



Legal residence 



State S,°¥- 
dist. 



District judge, Toledo 

District judge, Cleveland. 
District judge, Cleveland. 
Clerk, Cleveland. 



Southern District i 

Smith Hickenlooper.- j District judge, Cincinnati 

Benson W. Hough .[ District judge, Cincinnati 

Boyd E. Dilley | Clerk, Cincinnati 

Haveth E. Mau District attorney, Cincinnati- 



Stanley Borthwick- 



Marshal, Cincinnati- 



Oklahoma 

Northern District 



Franklin E. Kennamer I District judge, Tulsa 

H. P. Warfleld I Clerk. Tulsa 

John M. Goldesberry District attorney, Tulsa. 

Henry G. Beard i Marshal, Tulsa 



Eastern District 

R.L.Williams ! District judge, Muskogee 

W. V. ]\IcClure { Clerk, Muskogee 

Frank Lee ! District attorney, Muskogee- 
Henry F. Cooper Marshal, Muskogee 



Western District j 

John H. Cotteral District judge, Guthrie 

Harry L. Finley Clerk, Guthrie 

W. A. Maurer I District attorney, Oklahoma City. 

Ewers White I Marshal, Oklahoma City 



Oregon 

Charles E. Wolverton.. 

Robert S. Bean 

George H. Marsh 

George Neuner 

Clarence R. Hotchkiss. 



Pennsylvania 

Eastern District 

J. Whitaker Thompson . 

Oliver B. Dickinson 

George Brodbeek 

George W. Coles 

W. Frank Mathues 

Middle District 

Albert W. Johnson 

George C. Scheuer 

Andrew B. Dunsmore... 
John H. Glass 



District judge, Portland 

District judge, Portland 

Clerk, Portland. 

District attorney, Portland. 
Marshal, Portland 



District judge, Philadelphia 

District judge, Philadelphia 

Clerk, Philadelphia... 

District attorney, Philadelphia 
Marshal, Philadelphia 

District judge, Sunbury 

Clerk, Scranton 

District attorney, Sunbury 

Marshal, Scranton 



N.Dak 
N.Dak 
N.Dak 
N.Dak 
N.Dak 



Ohio. 
Ohio. 
Ohio. 
Ohio. 
Ohio. 
Ohio. 



Ohio. 
Ohio. 
Ohio. 
Ohio. 
Ohio. 



Okla. 
Okla. 
Okla. 
Okla. 



Okla. 
Okla. 
Okla. 
Okla. 



Okla. 
Okla. 
Okla. 
Okla. 



Oreg. 
Oreg. 
Oreg. 
Oreg. 
Oreg. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$7,500 
7,500 
4,000 
4, ,500 
4,000 



7,500 
7,500 
7,500 
5,000 
6,500 
6,000 



7,500 
7,500 
4,500 
6,000 
5,500 



7.500 
4,000 
5,000 
4,000 



7,500 
4,500 
5,000 
4,750 



7,500 
4,000 
5,000 
4,500 



7,500 
7,500 
4,500 
5,500 
5,000 



7,500 
7,500 
5,000 
7,500 
5,500 



7,500 
4,000 
4,500 
4,000 



138 



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UNITED STATES' DISTRICT COURTS 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



Pennsylvania — Continued 

Western District 

Robert M. Gibson. 

W. H. Seward Tliompson 

Frederic P. Schoonmaker 

J. Wood Clark: 

John D. Myer.. 

James C. McGregor 

Porto Rico 

Supreme Court 

Emilio del Toro 

Adolph G. Wolf 

Pedro de Aldrey 

Harvey M. Hutchison _. 

Carlos Franco Soto 

District Court 

IraK. Wells 

Antonio Aguayo 

John L. Gay 

Harry S. Hubbard 

Rhode Island 

Arthur L. Brown _ 

Miss Alice Peckham 

Norman S. Case -. 

William Robert Rodman 

South Carolina 

Eastern District 

Ernest F. Cochran 

Richard W. Huston 

J. D. Ernest Meyer 

Samuel J. Leaphart 

Western District 

Henry H. Watkins 

Davis C. Durham 

Joseph A. Tolbert... _.. 

Robert Kirksey 

South Dakota 

James D. Elliott 

Jerry Carleton 

S. Wesley Clark 

John Rooks 

Tennessee 

Eastern District 

Xenoplien Hicks (appointed for 
the eastern and middle dis- 
tricts) . 

Lee A. Beeler .-. 

George C. Taylor. 

Inslee C. King 

Middle District 

John J. Gore 

Henry M. Doak.. ._. 

A. V. McLane. 

R. Q, Lillard 



District judge, Pittsburgh 

District judge, Pittsburgh 

District judge, Erie 

Clerk, Pittsburgh 

District attorney, Pittsburgh 
Marshal, Pittsburgh 



Chief justice, San Juan 

Associate justice, San Juan. 
Associate justice, San Juan. 
Associate justice, San Juan. 
Associate justice, San Juan_ 



Legal residence 



State ^°°S- 
^^^^^ dist. 



Pa 1 . 


$7,500 


Pa 1. 


7,500 


Pa 1. 


7,500 


Pa ! 


5,000 


Pa . 1 


6,000 


Pa....:.:.:.... 


4,750 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



District judge, San Juan 

Clerk, San Juan 

District attorney, San Juan. 
Marshal, San Juan 



District judge, Providence 

Clerk, Providence 

District attorney, Providence. 
Marshal, Providence.. 



District judge, Charleston 

Clerk, Charleston 

District attorney, Charleston 
Marshal, Charleston 

District judge, -\nderson 

Clerk, Greenville 

District attorney, Greenville. 
Marshal, Greenville 

District judge, Sioux Falls 

Clerk, Sioux Falls 

District attorney, Redfleld... 
Marshal, Sioux Falls 



District judge, Knoxville 

Clerk, Knoxville 

District attorney, Knoxville 
Marshal, Knoxville 

District judge, Cookevillc . . . 

Clerk, Nashville 

District attorney, Nashville. 
Marshal, Nashville 



R.I. 
R.I. 
R.I. 
R.I. 



S. C... 
S. C... 
S. C... 

s. c... 



S. c. 
S. c. 
s. c. 
s. c. 



S. Dak. 
S. Dak. 
S. Dak 
S. Dak 



Tenn. 



Tenn_ 
Tenn. 
Tenn- 



Tenn. 
Tenn. 
Tenn. 
Tenn. 



7,500 
6,500 
6,500 
6,500 
6,500 



7,500 
■1,000 
4,500 
3,500 



7.500 
4,000 
4.500 
3, 500 



7,500 
4,000 
o, 000 
4.000 



7,500 
4,000 
4,500 
4,000 



7,500 
4,500 
4,500 
4.000 



7,500 



4,500 
5,000 
4,000 



7,500 
4.500 
5,000 
4,000 



Official Register of the United States, 1925 



139 



UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS 

Continuerl 



Tennessee— Continued 
Western District 



Harry B. Anderson. 

J. Sam. Johnson 

S. E. Murray 

Arthur Rogers 



Texas 

Northern District 

Edward R. Meek 

James C. Wilson 

William H. Atwell 

George W. Parker 

Henry Zweifel 

Samuel L. Oross 

Southern District 

Joseph C. Hutcheson, jr- 

L. C. Masterson 

Henry M. Holden 

Richard A. Harvin 

Eastern District 

AV . Lee Estes 

Joseph Robert Blades 

Randolph Bryant 

Phil E. Baer 

Western District 

Du Val West 

Charles A. Boynton 

D. H. Hart__ 

John D. Hartman 

Scott C. White 

Utah 

Tillman D . Johnson 

John W. Christy 

Charles M. Morris 

J. Ray Ward 

Vermont 

Harland B. Howe... 

Henry Conlin 

Harry B. Amey 

Albert W. Harvey....... 

Virginia 

Eastern District 

D. Lawrence Groner 

Joseph P. Brady 

Paul W. Kear 

Clarence G. Smithers 

Western District 

Henry C. McDowell 

L. T. Hyatt 

Joseph C. Shaffer.. _ 

S. Green Profflt 

Washington 

Eastern District 

J. Stanley Webster 

Alan G. Paine 

Donald F. Kizer 

-Arthur Franklin Kees 



OFFICIAr, TITLE AND STATION 



District judge 

Clerk, Memphis 

District attorney, Memphis 
Marshal, Memphis 



District judge, Dallas 

District judge. Fort Worth 

District judge, Dallas 

Clerk, Dallas.. , 

District attorney, Fort Worth. 
Marshal, Dallas 



Legal residence 



State 



Cong, 
dist. 



Tenn 
Tenn 
Tenn. 
Tenn. 



Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex- 
Tex. 
Tex- 
Tex- 



District judge, Houston 

Clerk, Houston 

District attorney, Houston- 
Marshal, Houston 



District judge, Texarkana.. 

Clerk, Sherman 

District attorney, Sherman. 
Marshal, Paris 



District judge, San Antonio 

District judge, El Paso 

Clerk, Austin 

District attorney, San Antonio. 
Marshal, San Antonio 



District judge, Salt Lake City 

Clerk, Salt Lake City 

District attorney. Salt Lake City- 
Marshal, Salt Lake City 



District judge, Burlington 

Clerk, Burlington 

District attorney, Burlington. 
Marshal, Rutland 



District judge, Norfolk 

Clerk, Richmond 

District attorney, Norfolk. 
Marshal, Norfolk.. 

District judge, Lynchburg. 

Clerk, Lynchburg 

District attorney, Roanoke 
Marshal, Roanoke 



District judge, Spokane... 

Clerk, Spokane 

District attorney, Spokane 
Marshal, Spokane 



Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 



Tex- 
Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 



Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex- 



Utah. 
Utah. 
Utah. 
Utah. 



Va. 
Va. 
Va. 
Va. 



Va. 
Va. 
Va. 
Va. 



Wash. 
Wash. 
Wash. 
Wash. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$7,500 
4,000 
5,000 
4,000 



7.500 
7,500 
7,500 
4,500 
6,000 
5,000 



7,500 
4,500 
5,500 
4,000 



7,500 
4,500 
5,500 
4,250 



7,500 
7,500 
4,500 
6,500 
6,000 



7,500 
3,500 
5,000 
3,750 



7,500 
3,500 
4,000 
3,000 



7,500 
5,000 
7,000 
5,500 



7,500 
4,000 
4,500 
4,000 



7,500 
3,500 
4,500 
4,000 



140 



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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTS 

Continued 



OFFICIAL TITLE AND STATION 



Legal residence 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



Washington — Continued 

Western District 

Edward E. Cushman !. 

Jeremiah Neterer 

Edgar IVIorton Lakin 

Thomas P. Revelle 

E. B. Benn 

West Virginia 

Northern District 

William Eli Baker 

I. Wade Coflman 

Thomas A. Brown 

Louis Buchwald 

Southern District 

George W. McClintic 

Ira H. Mottesheard 

Elliott Northcott 

Siegel Workman 

Wisconsin 

Eastern District 



Ferdinand A. Geiger 

Frederick C. Westfahl, jr. 
Roy L. Morse. 



Richard J. White ---i Marshal, Milwaukee. 



District judge, Tacoma.. 

District judge, Seattle 

Clerk, Seattle 

District attorney, Seattle 
Marshal, Tacoma 



District j udge, Elkins 

Clerk, Elkins 

District attorney, Parkersburg 
Marshal, Wheeling 

District judge, Charleston 

Clerk, Charleston 

District attorney, Huntington. 
Marshal, Charleston 



District judge, Milwaukee 

Clerk, Milwaukee 

District attorney, Milwaukee. 



Wash..: 


$7,500 


Wash..'- 


7,500 


Wash..! 


4,500 


Wash..L. 


6,000 


Wash..! 


5,000 



W.Va 
W.Va 
W.Va 
W.Va 

W.Va 
W.Va 
W.Va 
W.Va 



Wis- 
Wis. 
Wis. 
Wis. 



Western District 



Claude Z. Luse 

Herbert C. Hale 

William H. Dougherty. 
James E. Harris 



Wyoming 

Thomas Blake Kennedy. 

Charles J. Ohnhaus 

A. D. Walton... 

Hugh L. Patton 



District judge, Superior 

Clerk, Madison 

District attorney, Madison. 
Marshal, Madison 



Wis. 
Wis. 
Wis. 
Wis- 



District judge, Cheyenne Wyo. 

Clerk, Cheyenne Wyo. 

District attorney, Cheyenne Wyo. 

Marshal, Cheyenne. Wyo. 



7,500 
4,000 
5,000 
4,000 



7,500 
4,500 
5,500 
4,500 



7,500 
4,000 
4,000 
4,000 



7,500 
3,500 
4,000 
4,000 



7,500 
4,000 
4,500 
3,750 



Official Register of the tlnited States, 1925 141 



COURT OF CLAIMS 



Edward K. Campbell 

Fenton W. Booth 

George E. Downey... 
James llay 

Samuel J. Graham. .. 



OFFICIAI, TITLE AND STATION 

(Station is Wnshinglon, D. C, unless, 
otherwise indicated) 



Chief justice 

Judge 

Judge 

Judge 

Judge 



Legal residence 



State 



Ala. 
111... 
Ind. 
Va.. 
Pa-. 



Cong, 
dist. 



Com- 
pensa- 
tion 



$8,000 
7,500 
7,500 
7,500 
7,500 



COURT OF CUSTOMS APPEALS 



William J. Graham 

James F. Smith 

Orion M. Barber... 

Oscar E. Bland 

Charles S. Hatfield. 

Alex. n. Clark 

.\rthur B. Shelton. 
Joseph G. Gauges.. 
Frank H. Briggs... 



Presiding judge. 
Associate judge 
Associate judge 
Associate judge 
Associate judge 

Reporter 

Clerk 

Assistant Clerk 
Marshal 



111 




CaHf 




Vt 




Ind 




Ohio 




Ala.. 




Md-... 
D. C - 


6th.... 


Me 









$8,500 
8,500 
8,500 
8,500 
8,500 
3,415 
4,445 
2,600 
3,810 



COURT OF APPEALS OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 



George E. Martin. 
Charles H. Robb.. 
Josiah A. Van Orsdel... 



Henry W. Hodges ] Clerk. . 



Chief justice 

Associate justice- 
Associate justice. 




SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 



Walter I. McCoy I Chief justice 

Wendell P. Stafford , .\ssociate justice. 

Frederick L. Siddons Associate justice. 

William Hitz : Associate justice. 

Thomas Jennings Bailey -Associate justice. 

Adolph-\. Hoehling .\ssociate justice. 

Morgan H. Beach Clerk 



N. J 




Vt 




D C 




D. C 




Tenn 




D C 


1 


D. C .. 









$8,000 
7,500 
7,500 
7,500 
7,500 
7,500 
6,000 



UNITED STATES COURT FOR CHINA 

Shanghai, China 



Milton Dwight Purdy 

Leonard G. Husar 

Thurston R. Porter.. . 
William A. Chapman. 
Louis T. Kenake 



Judge 

District attorney 

Marshal 

Clerk 

Assistant clerk.. 



Minn. 
Calif.- 
N. Y.. 
Ohio.- 
Calif.. 



$8,000 
4,000 
3,000 
3,000 
2,400 



APPENDIX 



RATES OF PAY OF COMMISSIONED OFFICERS OF THE ARMY ON ACTIVE 

DUTY 





An- 
nual 
base 
pay 

(1) 
$8,000 
6,000 

4,000 
4,000 

4,000 
3,500 

4,000 
3,500 
3,500 

3,500 
3,000 

3,500 
3,000 
3,000 

3,000 
2,400 

3,000 
2,400 
2,400 

2,400 
2,000 

2,400 
2,000 
2,000 
1,500 

2,000 
1,500 


Monthly rates 


Grade 


Less 

than 

3 JTS. 

serv- 
ice 


Over 
3 yrs. 
serv- 
ice 


Over 

5 yrs. 
serv- 
ice 


Over 

6 yrs. 
serv- 
ice 


Over 
7 yrs. 
serv- 
ice 


Over 

9 yrs. 
serv- 
ice 


Over 
10 yrs. 
serv- 
ice 


1 
Over 
12 yrs. 
serv- 
ice 


Ovor 
14 yrs. 
serv- 
ice 


General of the Armies of the 
United States.. 
















Major general 


$666. 67 
500.00 


$666. 67 
500.00 


$666. 67 
500.00 


$666. 67 
500.00 


$666. 67 
560.00 


$666. 67 
500.00 


$666. 67 
500.00 


$666. 67 
500.00 


$666. 67 
500 00 


Brigadier general . . 


Colonel: 

Over 26 years' service 




First appt. above captain. 
Apptd. under act June 4, 

1920.. 

Less than 26 years' service. 
Lieutenant colonel: 

Over 30 years' service 


333. 33 

333. 33 
291.67 


350.00 

350.00 
306.25 


350.00 

350. 00 
306.25 


366. 67 

366. 67 
320.83 


366. 67 

366. 67 
320.83 


383.33 

383.33 
335. 42 


383.33 

383.33 
335.42 


400.00 

400.00 
350.00 


400.00 

400.00 
35a 00 


Over 20, less than 30 years . 


















First appt. above captain . 
Apptd. under act June 4, 
1920 


291.67 

291. 67 
250.00 


306.25 

306. 25 
262. 50 


306. 25 

306. 25 
262. 50 


320.83 

320.83 
275.00 


320.83 

320.83 
275.00 


335.42 

335.42 
287. 50 


335.42 

335. 42 
287.50 


350.00 

350.00 
300.00 


360.00 
350 00 


Less than 20 years' service. 
Major: 

Over 23 years' service 


300.00 


Over 14, less than 23 years. 




















First appt. above 2d lieut. 
Apptd. under act June 4, 
1920.. 

Less than 14 years' service. 
Captain: 

Over 17 years' service 


250.00 

250.00 
200.00 


262. 50 

262.50 
210.00 


262. 50 

262.50 
210.00 


275.00 

275.00 
220.00 


275.00 

275.00 
220.00 


287.50 

287.50 
230.00 


287.50 

287.50 
230.00 


300.00 

300.00 
240.00 


300.00 
300.00 


Over 7, less than 17 years. 










220.00 
220.00 

220.00 


230.00 
230.00 

230.00 


230.00 
230.00 

230.00 


240.00 
240.00 

240.00 


240 00 


First appt. above 2d lieut. 
Present rank July 1, 1920, 

or earlier 

Less than 7 years' service.. 


200.00 

200.00 
166. 67 


210.00 

210.00 
175.00 


210.66 

210.00 
175.00 


220.00 

220.00 
183.33 


240.00 
240.00 


First lieutenant: 

Over 10 years' service 






230.00 


240.00 


240 00 


Over 3, less than 10 years.. 


'i66."67 
125.00 


175.00 
175.00 


175. 00 
175.00 


183.33 
183.33 


183.33 
183.33 


191. 67 
191. 67 




First appt. above 2d lieut. 








Less than 3 years' service. 










Second lieutenant: 

Over 5 years' service.- ... 




175.00 


183.33 


183.33 


191. 67 


191. 67 


200.00 


200.00 


Less than 5 years' service . _ 


125.00 


131.25 






"r ~ 1 













(See footnotes on next page) 



143 



144 



Official Register, 1925 — Appendix 



RATES OF PAY OF COMMISSIONED OFFICERS OF THE ARMY ON ACTIVE 

DUTY— Continued 





Monthly rates 


Grade 


Over 
ISyrs 
serv- 
ice 


Over 
17 yrs. 
serv- 
ice 


Over Over 
18 yrs.; 20 yrs. 
serv- 1 serv- 
ice ice 


Over 
21 yrs. 
serv- 
ice 


Over 
23 yrs. 
serv- 
ice 


Over 

24 yrs. 
serv- 
ice 


Over 
26 yrs. 
serv- 
ice 


Over 
27 yrs. 
serv- 
ice 


Over 
30 yrs. 
serv- 
ice 


General of the Armies of the 
United States 






I 














Major general 

Brigadier general 


$666. 67 
500.00 


$666. 67 
500.00 


$666. 67 $666. 67 
500.00 500.00 


$666. 67 
500. 00 


$666. 67 
500.00 


$663. 67 $666. 67 
500. 00 ."^nn m 


$666. 67 
500.00 

483. 33 
483.33 

483.33 


$666. 67 
500.00 


Colonel: 

Over 26 years' service.. .. 




466. 67 
466. 67 

466. 67 


500.00 


First appt. above captain. 
Apptd. under act June 4, 
1920--. 


416. 67 

416. 67 
364.58 


416. 67 

416. 67 
364.58 


433.33 433.33 

i 
433.33 433.33 
379. 17 379. 17 


450.00 

450. 00 
393. 75 


450.00 

450. 00 
393. 75 


466. 67 

466. 67 
408. 33 


£00.00 
500.00 


Less than 26 years' service. 




Lieutenant colonel: 

Over 30 years' service.. .. 












479. 17 


Over 20, less than 30 years. 








379. 17 
379. 17 

379. 17 


393. 75 
393. 75 

393. 75 


393. 75 
393. 75 

393. 75 


408. 33 
408. 33 

408. 33 


408. 33 
408. 33 

408. 33 


422. 92 




First appt. above captain. 
Apptd. under act June 4, 
1920 

Less than 20 years' service. 


364. 58 

364. 58 
312. 50 


364.58 

364. 58 
312. 50 


379. 17 

379. 17 
325.00 


422.92; 

422.92! 

-1 


Major: 

Over 23 years' service 






393. 75 


408.33 


408.33 


422.92 437.50 


Over 14, less than 23 years. 


312. 50 
312. 50 

312. 50 


312. 50 


325.00 


325.00 
325. 00 

325.00 


337. 50 




First appt. above 2d lieut. 


312. 50 


32.5. on 


337. 50 










.\pptd. under act June 4, 
1920. . 


312.50 325.00 


337. 50 










Less than 14 years' service- 












" -|--- — 


Captain: 

Over 17 years' service . 




312. 50 


325.00 


325.00 


337 ."in 


337. 50 


350.00 


350.00 


362. 50 


375.00 


Over 7, less than 17 years,. 


250. 00 
250. 00 

250.00 






First appt. above 2d lieut. 






...... ......|..-_. 










Present rank July 1, 1920, 
or earlier - 




















Less than 7 years' service-. 




















First lieutenant: 

Over 10 years' service 

Over 3, less than 10 vears-. 


250.00 


250.00 


260.00 


260.00 


270.00 


270.00 


280.00 


280.00 


290.00 


300.00 


First appt. above 2d lieut. 




















Less than 3 years' service.. 




















Second lieutenant: 

Over 5 years' service 1 

Less than 5 years' service.. 


208. 33 


208. 33 


216. 67 


216. 67 


225. 00 225. GO 

1 


233. 33 


233.33 


241: 67 


250.00 










|--- 











' The pay of the General of the Armies of the United States is $13,500 per annum, with such rental and 
subsistence allowances as may be fixed by the President. 

Notes.— The maximum allowances which will accrue to an officer below the grade of brigadier general, 
to a brigadier general, or to a major general, will be such that the total of base pay, pay for length of service, 
and allowances for subsistence and rental of quarters will not exceed $7,200, $7,500, and $9,700, respectively, 
per annum. 

The total of base pay and pay for length of service of an officer below the grade of colonel shall not exceed 
$5,750 per annum. 

Inerciise of pay for foreign service, and commutation of quarters, heat, and light are repealed effective 
July 1, 1922. 

In addition to the rates of pay shown in the table, commissioned officers receive a daily allowance for 
"subsistence" and "rental of quarters." The subsistence allowance is payable at all times, and for officers 
without dependents is a fixed amount. The amount of subsistence allowance of officers with dependents 
depends upon rank and length of service. The amount of rental allowance depends upon the duty status 
of the officer — whether or not he is assigned Government quarters for himself and dependents, his rank, 
and length of service. 



Official Register, 1925 — Appendix 



145 



RATES OF PAY OF COMMISSIONED OFFICERS OF THE NAVY ON ACTIVE 

DUTY 



Rank 


Pay 


Personal 
cash al- 
lowance 


Rank 


Pay 


Admirals... 


$8, 000 


$2. 200 


Rear admirals (upper half) . 


$8, 000 


Vice admirals 


8,000 ' SOO 


Rear admirals (lower half) 


6,000 













CAPTAIN" 



Service 


Un- 
der 
3 
years 


Over 

3 
years 


Over Over 

6 1 9 
years 1 years 


Over 
12 

years 


Over 

15 
years 


Over 

18 
years 


Over 

21 
years 


Over 
24 

years 


Over 
26 

years 


Over 

27 
years 


Over 
30 

years 


Over 26 years' service 


















$5,600 


$5, 800 


$6,000 


Less than 26 years' service . 


$3, 500 
4,000 


$3, 675 
4,200 


$3, 850 $4, 025 
4,400 4,600 


$4, 200 


$4. 375 


$4, 550 
5,200 


$4, 725 
5,400 


$4, 900 
5,600 




Staff, selected to captain... 


4,800 5.000 























COMMANDER 



Service 


yeirs ^""^'^ 


Over 

6 
years 


Over 

9 
years 


Over 
12 

years 


Over 
15 

years 


Over 

18 
years 


Over 
20 

years 


Over 
21 

years 


Over 

24 
years 


Over 

27 
years 


Over 
30 

years 


O ver 30 years' service 






















$5, 750 


Over 20 but less than 30 
years' service 


i 












$4, 550 


$4, 725 


$4,900 


$5, 075 




With less than 20 years" 
service 


$3, 000 $3, 150 


$3. 300 $3. 450 


$3, 600 
4,200 


$3, 750 
4,375 


$3, 900 
4,550 




Staff, selected to comman- 
der... _ 


3,500 3,675 3.850 


4, 025 





























LIEUTENANT COMMANDER 



■ Service 


Un- 
der 
3 
years 


Over 

3 
years 


Over 

6 
years 


Over 

9 
years 


Over 

12 
years 


Over 
14 

years 


Over 

15 
years 


Over 

18 
years 


Over 

21 
years 


Over 

23 
years 


Over 

24 
years 


Over 

27 
years 


Over 

30 
years 


Over 23 years' service. 




















$4, 725 


$4,900 


$5, 075 


$5, ^50 


Over 14 but less than 
23 years' service. . 












$3,600 


$3, 750 


$3,900 


$4,050 




With less than 14 
years' service 


$2,400 
3,000 


$2,520 


$2,640 


$2, 760 
3,450 


$2,880 
3,600 










First appointed 
above ensign 


3,150 3.300 






































• 



(See footnotes on next page) 



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Official Register, 1925 —Appendix 



RATES OF PAY OF COMMISSIONED OFFICERS OF THE NAVY ON ACTIVE 

DUTY— Continued 



LIEUTENANT 



Service 


Un- 
der 
3 
years 


Over 
3 

years 


Over 

6 
years 


Over 

7 
years 


Over 
9 

years 


Over 

12 
years 


Over 

15 
years 


Over 

17 
years 


Over 

18 
years 


Over 
21 

years 


Over 

24 
years 


Over 

27 
years 


Over 

30 
years 


Over 17 years' ser- 
vice 
















$3,750 


$3,900 


$4,050 


$4,200 


$4,350 


$4,500 


Over 7 but less than 
17 years' service 








$2, 640 


$2, 760 


$2, 880 


$3,000 


With less than 7 
years' service 


$2,000 
2,400 

2,400 


$2,100 
2, 520 

2,520 


$2, 200 

2,640 

2,640 














First appointed 
above ensign 






















Commissioned as 
lieutenant from or 
prior to 1 July, 1920. 
























i 










. . .| 







LIEUTENANT (JUNIOR GRADE) 



Service 


Un- 
der 
3 
years 


Over 

3 
years 


Over 

6 
years 


Over 

9 
years 


Over 

10 
years 


Over 

12 
years 


Over 

15 
years 


Over Over 

18 ; 21 
years years 


Over 

24 
years 


Over 

27 
years 


Over 

30 
years 


Over 10 years' service 










$2, 760 


$2, 880 


$3,000 


$3, 120 $3, 240 


$3, 360 


$3, 480 


$3,600 


Over 3 but less than 10 
years' service 




$2, 100 


$2,200 


$2,300 




With less than 3 years' ser- 
vice^ _ 


$1, 500 
2,000 
















First appointed above en-- 
sign . 














i 






















1 









ENSIGN 



Service 


Un- 
der 

3 
years 


Over 
3 

years 


Over 

5 
years 


Over 

6 
years 


Over 
9 

years 


Over 
12 

years 


Over 

15 
years 


Over 

18 
years 


Over 

21 
years 


Over 

24 
years 


Over 

27 
years 


Over 

30 
years 


Over 5 years' service 






$2,100 


$2,200 


$2. 300 $2. 400 


$2,500 


$2,600 


$2,700 


$2,800 


$2,900 


$3,000 


With less than 5 years' ser- 
vice _._ 


$1,500 


$1, 575 












1 













Notes. — The rates of pay shown in the above table become effective on 1 July, 1922, for all commissioned 
officers except: That those officers whose base pay plus longevity (under the act of May 13, 1908) is, on 30 
J.une, 1922, in excess of their pay as given above shall continue to receive the base pay plus longevity to 
which entitled on 30 June, 1922, until such time as their pay under the above table exceeds this amount. 
An officer's rental and subsistence allowances according to grade and length of service, become eflective 
1 July, 1922, whether or not he retains his old rate of pay. 

Rental allowances do not accrue to any officer on shore duty furnished public quarters or to officers 
without dependents when on sea or field duty. 

When the total of pay and allowances exceeds $7,200 the rental allowance shall be reduced by the amount 
of the excess above $7,200. 

In addition to the rates of pay shown in the table, commissioned officers receive a daily allowance for 
"subsistence" and "rental of quarters." The susbsistence allowance is payable a tall times, and for 
officers without dependents is a fixed amount. The amount of subsistence allowance of officers with de- 
pendents depends upon rank and length of service. The amount of rental allowance depends upon the 
duty status of the officer — whether or not he is assigned Government quarters for himself and dependents, 
his rank, and length of service. 



NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES IN THE FEDERAL SERVICE 



Number of Employees in Each Branch op the Federal Executive Civil 
Service, Classified by Sex, on June 30, 1925 

[Compiled by United States Civil Service Commission] 



UEl'ARTMENT OR OFFICE 



Tliu Wliite House 

State Department- 

Treasury Department 

War Department 

Justice Department 

Post Office Department 

Navy Department.-- 

Interior Department 

Agriculture Department 

Com merce Department 

Labor Department 

Government Printing Office 

Smithsonian Institution 

Interstate Commerce Commission- - . 

Civil Service Commission 

Bureau of Efficiency 

Federal Trade Commission 

Shipping Board _■ 

Alien Property Custodian-- 

Tari ff Commission 

Employees Compensation Commis- 
sion - 

Federal Board for Vocational Educa- 
tion 

The Panama Canal 

Public Buildings and Public Parks of 

the National Capital 

Railroad Labor Board 

General Accounting Office 

Veterans' Bureau 

Railroad Administration s 

Commission of Fine Arts 

War Finance Corporation ^ 

National Advisory Committee for 

Aeronautics 

Federal Reserve Board' 

Total. 



Number 
of em- 
ployees, 
June 30, 
1925' 



46 

4,250 

53, 433 

52, 387 

3,806 

3 301, 699 

42, 269 

17, 273 

20, 602 

13, 918 

4,108 

3,937 

495 

1,535 

463 

47 

314 

2,065 

208 

201 



73 
8,910 

2,199 

63 

1,956 

27, 544 

265 

2 

250 



134 
198 



1 564, 718 



In District of Columbia 



Total Men Women 



46 

618 
16, 325 
4,898 

841 
3, 822 
5,197 
3,927 
4,916 
4,943 

654 
3,937 

495 
1,231 

333 
47 

314 
1986 

208 

187 



2,199 



1,956 
4,897 

239 
2 

119 

23 

180 



63, 756 



43 

337 

7,865 

2,485 

608 

3,083 

3,986 

2,565 

3,001 

2,746 

280 

3,082 

364 

940 

137 

32 

216 

629 

116 

119 

20 

35 
60 

1,469 



1,136 

1,592 

184 

2 

67 

12 



37, 310 



3 

281 

8,460 

2,413 

233 

739 

1,211 

1,362 

1,915 

2,197 

374 

855 

131 

291 

196 

15 

98 

357 

92 



48 



820 

3,305 

55 



26, 446 



Outside District of Columbia 



Total Men Women 



3,632 
37, 108 

47, 489 
2,965 
297, 877 
37, 072 
13, 346 
15, 686 
8,975 
3,454 



304 
130 



1,079 
....... 



8,835 



63 



22, 647 
26 



131 



111 
18 



500, 962 



2,931 
30, 284 
43, 481 

2, 405 

271, 902 

34,715 

11,380 

13, 521 

8,333 

2,735 



303 
73 



871 

"'is' 



8,392 



13, 572 
21 



102 

18 



445, 228 



701 
6,824 
4,008 

560 

2 25,915 

2,357 

1,966 

2,165 

642 

719 



208 
.... 



9, 076 

5 



55, 734 



1 Dj33 not inolule legislative or judicial S3rvices, nor the commissioned, warranted, or enlisted personnel 
of the military, nival, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard services. The government of the District of Colum- 
bia is also excluded, although policemen and firemen are appointed through examinations held by the 
Civil Service Commission. 

2 Number of women in field branches of Post Office Department estimated. 

3 Includes 13,200 clerks at third-class offices, 203 screen-wagon contractors, 300 carriers for offices having 
jpocial supply, 5,389 clerks in charge of contract stations, 10,968 star-route contractors, and 289 steamboat 
contractors. Does not include 36,007 clerks at fourth-class offices who are employed and paid by the post- 
master, and 21,181 mail messengers not included in previous computations. 

* Includes administrative offices of Emergency Fleet Corporation, but not workmen at shipyards or in 
warehouses or employees on vessels. 
' Positions not subject to the civil service act. 

Number of Employees in the Federal Executive Civil Service on June 
30, 1916; November 11, 1918 (Armistice Day); and for Yearly and Six- 
Months' Periods from July 31, 1920, to June 30, 1925 







In 


Outside 






In 


Outside 


DATE 


Total 


District of 


District of 


DATE 


Total 


District of 


District of 






Columbia 


Columbia 






Columbia 


Columbia 


June 30, 1916-.--. . 


438,057 


39,442 


398, 615 


June 30, 1923 


548, 531 


66,290 


482, 241 


Nov. 11, 1918 


' 917, 760 


117, 760 


1 800. 000 


Dec. 31, 1923 


544, 671 


65,025 


479, 646 


July 31, 1920 


1 691, 116 


90, 559 


1 600, 557 


June 30, 1924 


554, 986 


64,120 


490, 866 


July 31, 1921 


597,482 


78, 865 


518, 617 


Dec. 31, 1924 


555, 619 


66,079 


489, 540 


June 30, 1922 


560,863 


69, 980 


490,883 


June 30, 1925 


564,718 


63, 756 


500, 962 



-\ppro.\imate 



147 



INDIVIDUAL INDEX 



PERSONS WHOSE OFFICIAL TITLE. STATION, LEGAL BESIDENCK. AND COMPENSATION 
ARE SHOWN IN THE SEVERAL SECTIONS OF THIS REGISTER 

[Senators are shown on pp. 1 and 2, and Members of the House of Repri-sentalives on pp. 3-0] 



A 

Abbot, Charles O 119 

Abbott, Arthur n 71 

Abbott, Grace 94 

Abbott, Comdr. J. S 46 

Abbott, Sewall W 105 

Achenliach, Frederick 103 

Achi, William C, jr 133 

Acker, A. Lincoln. 19 

Acker, W. Bertrand 50 

Ackerman, Ralph H -.. 85 

AcutT, Harmon O 105 

Adams, Franklin 125 

Adams, George H _.. 75 

Adams, George W 59 

Adams, Harry E 62 

Adams, Henry P 62 

Adams, John A 72 

Adams, John D 50 

Adams, Kenneth T 88 

Adams, Lionel H -_ 69 

Adams, Winthrop 106 

Adamson, William C 20 

Agee, Fred B _.. 72 

Aguavo, Antonio 138 

Ainsworth, Seth M 87 

Aitchison, Clyde B 96 

Akerman, Walter 132 

Akin, C.V 25 

Albright, Horace M 57 

Alden.'W. C 55 

Aldous, A. E 55 

Ale, John H 106 

Alexander, Accl C. 15 

Alexander, James R 56 

Alexander, William H 62 

Alfaro, Gregorio Araoz 125 

Allanson, Henrv E 69 

Allee, Gail D_." 107 

Allen, Arthur B 15 

Allen, Burr 67 

Allen, C. B 14 

Allen, Charles R lOS 

Allen, Chester D 108 

Allen, Collins B 20 

Allen, Edgar A 52 

Allen, Edwin W 61 

Alien, Fred D __ ._. 120 

Allen, Guy F 14 

Allen, James S 134 

Allen, Jessie M.. _.. 69 

Allen, Leslie J 68 

Allen, Lineus H.. 67 

Allen, M. Eleanor., .._ 54 

Allen, Mary Pratt... 123 

Allen, R. L _._ _. 25 

Allen, Maj. Gen. Robert H.. 28 

Allen, Russel K_ 50 

Allen, T. Warren 78 

Allen, William D., jr 18 

AUewelt, William F 80 

Alley, Maj. Charles R 36 

jVllin-Smith, H. B 86 

Allison, Col. James B... 34 

.\Hport, Favette W 85 

.-^llport. R. E__ 55 

.\llyn, William E 15 

Almquist, John A 83 

Alps, Henry F 62 

Alschuler, Samuel 130 

Alter, J. Cecil 62 



Althouse, Reuben C 82 

Alvord, Elias C 104 

Ament, I^yton O 106 

Ames, jo.seph S_ 114 

Ames, Col. Thales L 38 

Amey, Harry B 139 

Amidon, Charles F 137 

Andersen, Otto E 51 

Anderson, Aaron E 80 

Anderson, Albert B 130 

Anderson, Col. Alvord Van P 40 

Anderson, Chandler P 109 

Anderson, Charles W - 15 

Anderson, E.D 102 

Anderson, George J 98 

Anderson, George W 129 

Anderson, H.C 21 

Anderson, Harry B 139 

Anderson, Henry W 110 

Anderson, Herbert L 104 

Anderson, James H 15 

Anderson, L.E 98 

.\nderson, L. S 90 

Anderson, Mary 95 

Anderson, Melanchton O 07 

Anderson, Palmer E 133 

Anderson, T. B. H 25 

Andrade, Frank 133 

Andree, Hermann J 62 

Andrew, Capt. George S 37 

Andrew, W. W 101 

Andrews, Charles K... 94 

Andrews, Frank 80 

Andrews, Frank E ..- 72 

Andrews, J. E 99 

Andrews, Lincoln C 13 

Andrews, Paul Shipman 42 

Andrews, Rear Adm. Pbilip- 47 

Andrews, S. F 102 

Aona, A. K 133 

Apostol, Silverio 36 

Apnleton, Frederic L 15 

Archer, E. B 26 

Archer, Finch R 42 

Arent son, Carl B.. _. 73 

Armington, John H 62 

Armstrong, C 25 

Armstrong. Ernest P.. 16 

Amistrong, IL C 90 

Armstrong, Paul 95 

Armstrong, S. E 21 

Armstrong, WMlliam M 18 

Arnold, Davis G 106 

Arnold, Julian H... 85 

Arnold, LeRoy D 53 

Arnold, Thomas A 82 

Aronoff, E. Joseph 108 

Arthur, C. O 97 

Arthur, O. Fred... 72 

Arthur, William S 56 

Asbury, Calvin H.. 52 

Ascarate, Nemecia 51 

Aselmeyer, \. J _ 28 

Asendorf, Albert _.. 54 

.Ashbrook, Frank G 76 

.\she, Samuel A 136 

Ashenbcrgcr, Albert 62 

Ashford, F. A 25 

Ashley, Alex MeC 60 

Ashley, Frederick W 7 

^\shlev, William 51 

Ashley, William G., jr 16 



Ashmea<l, Dover C 92 

Ashmun, R. N.. 110 

Ashworth, F^lbridge H 22 

Ashworth, Reid R 123 

Asue, Manuel... 133 

Atherton, Ira K 68 

.Ukins, Comdr. Alfred W 46 

Atkisson, Maj. Earl J 40 

Atwell, William H 139 

Aufente, John R 66 

Aukam, George C 123 

Austin, Col. Fred T 39 

Austin, H. W 23 

Austin, William L 84 

Avancena, Ramon 36 

.\very, Maj. R. L 37 

.\wtrey, John 60 

Axton, Chaplain John T 28 

Ayers, E. J 12 

Ayers, J. H 26 

B 

Babbitt, Elwood G. 85 

Babcock, Omar L 53 

Babcock, Col. W. C 116 

Bach, Glenn R 77 

Bachman, B.M 121 

Back, Ernest A 76 

Backus, CD 91 

Badger, L. F 26 

Baer, Phil E 139 

Baggarly, Franklin C 104 

Bahrenburg, L. P. H 24 

Bailey, Edward E 120 

Bailey, Forbes E 80 

Bailey, Frederick J 14, 112 

Bailey, P. W 26 

Bailey, Thomas Jennings 141 

Bain, Henry M 60 

Baines, Matthew.. 107 

Bair, Bert E 6 

Baird. Frederick 18 

Baitv, J. L 112 

Baker, Col. David 41 

Baker, Horace 96 

Baker, J.N. _ 14 

Baker, Thomas J.. 82 

Baker, William Eli 140 

Baldridge, Pressly R 16 

Baldwin, Albertus H 103 

Baldwin, Charles E.. 93 

Baldwin, Elmer I 50 

Baldwin, G. Clyde 55 

Baldwin, James W. 42 

Baldwin, Mark 75 

Baldwin, O. N 87 

Baldwin, Col. TheodoreA.,jr. 38 

Baldwin, Thomas M., jr 120 

Ball, Carletou R_ 70 

Ball, Col. George E 39 

Ball, Homer W 62 

Ball, W. Sherman.. 134 

Ballou, Frank W 122 

Balls, Alfred G. 58 

Balmer, James W 53 

Baltzell, Robert C 133 

Bane, Marshall C 16 

Banks, C.E 23 

Banks, Frank A 56 

Banks, James J 133 

Bannigan, T. J. 106 

Barber, Orion M._ 141 

149 



150 



Official Register, 1925 — Individual Index 



Barbot, Wingate P 79 

Barbour, Arnold W 58 

Barclay, Frank R.... - 43 

Bardelson, Samuel 101 

Burden, Col. W. J 31 

Bardroff, John T... 120 

Barger, John A 68 

Barker, H 91 

Barker, Howard W -. 108 

Barker, J. A 115 

Barker, Stephen 97,98 

Barksdale, W. H 112 

Barmeier, Harry 77 

Barnard. Capt. Clarence 33 

Barnard, Morris M .--. 123 

Barnaud, Albert J 86 

Barndollar, Burton H 58 

Barnes, Frank B -- 27 

Barnes, George O 13 

Barnes, Will C _ -. 71 

Barnett, Claribel R 83 

Barnhart. Earl W 108 

Bamhart, Emmett P --- 66 

Ban-, Capt. Robert S 33 

Barre, William W 44 

Barrett, Maj. C. D 108 

Barrett, John T. 18 

Barrett, William H... 132 

Barron, Charles B 81 

Barron, William E 62 

Barrows, Capt. R. G... 31 

Barry, Maj. Archie W 35 

Bartel, William P 96 

Barth, C.H 115 

Barthold, Edwin W 65 

Bartholomew, J. A - 90 

Bartlett, Calvin W Ill 

Bartlett, John H 43 

Baruch, Ismar 111 

Bash, Col. Louis H 29 

Bashore, Harry W 56 

Baskette, Lt. Col. Alvin K.- 39 

Bass, James W 15 

Bas.sett, Harry 112 

Batchelder, Edward D 13 

Batcheller, Arthur 89 

Bateman, Robert E 77 

Bates, Carlos G.. 71 

Bates, Charles M 133 

Bates, F.J - 86 

Bates, Louis W 46 

Bates, P. H 86 

Batschelet, Clarence E 84 

Baugh, James B., jr 111 

Baum, Arthur M 71 

Bauman, Robert J --- 54 

Baumann, Ernest H ._ 65 

Bayer, Charles J 77 

Bavers, Maj . Archie S 39 

Baylor, Adelaide S._ 108 

Beach, John S 54 

Beach, Morgan H 141 

Beach, Will Gray 18 

Beal. Walter H 61 

Beales, Le Verne 84 

Beals. Edward A 62 

Beam. Charles A 73 

Bean, Cecil N 89 

Bean, L. W 20 

Bean, Robert S 137 

Bean, Thaddeus R 122 

Bean, William S 25 

Beane, E. A 89 

Bearce. H. W 116 

Beard, Henry G 137 

Beatie, John L 30 

Beaton, E. W 20 

Beattie, R. Kent __ 82 

Beaumont, George D 131 

Beaumont, Lt. Col. John C._ 47 

Beck, Charles Q 107 

Beck, Henry L 88 

Becker, Charles J 08 

Becker, Luther... 85 

Becker, Niles R 21 

Beckett, James F.. 122 

Beckman, H. D 55 

Beebe, C. H 37 

Beebe, Lt. Col. Royden E... 10 



Beeler, LeeA 138 

Beers, Anne 122 

Beers, Charles F 123 

Behlert, Henry Ill 

Behnke, Albert E 66 

Beier, Fred W., jr 79 

Belcher, E. Louise 59 

Belden, William S 62 

Bell, Second Lt. Arleigh T... 102 

Bell, C. A... 93 

Bel!, Daniel W 13 

Bell, Edward W 112 

Bell, George B 85 

Bell, Henry D 17 

Bell, Lt. Col. J. Franklin. 118, 120 

Bell, William 62 

Bell, William B.. 76 

Bollin^-er, Brie. Gen. J. B.... 29 

Bellis, Charles E 82 

Bender, Jacob O 17 

Benedict, Maurice A 73 

Benedict, Miller S 73 

Benn, E. B 140 

Bennett, Capt. Ernest L 46 

Bennett, Hugh H 75 

Bennett, James V 112 

Bennett, W. W.. 53 

Bennett, Walter E 51 

Bennett. Walter J 62 

Bennion, Maj. H. S 31 

Benson, A. R 90 

Ben.son, Clarence O 68 

Benson, William S 97 

Bentley, Fay L 122 

Bentley, Josephine C lOS 

Berger, George H 16 

Bergere, Alfred M 51 

Bergman, William D 45 

Bernsteen, A. E 137 

Berry, Comdr. J. G 22 

Beslev, Harold J 79 

Best, "Ethel L 95 

Bestwick, Francis T.. 82 

Bethel, Maj. Edwin A. 31 

Bethune, John F 103 

Beuret, Rear Adm. J. D 46 

Beyer, William R 52,57 

Bickers, T. E 96 

Bicknell, Ernest P 125 

Biddle, Elmer R 80 

Biddle, W. I. 42 

Bid well, George L 74 

Bigelow, Richard Ij. P 73 

Biles, William F 68 

Billanv, Harry H 44 

Billard, Rear Adm. F. C 22 

Billings, Nelson J 73 

Billings, W. C. 24 

Billups, R. S 93 

Bingham, Francis S 67 

Bingham, George H 129 

Bird, Richard N 44 

Birdsall, Q. C 124 

Birdseye, C. H 55 

Birdseye, George F. H. 43 

Birgfeld, Frank A 13 

Birmingham, Col. H. P 116 

Birsch, William L.. 77 

Birthright, Samuel F 47 

Bishop, Charles W 132 

Bishop, Hubert K 78 

Bishop, Loren L 74 

Bissell, Charles A. 56 

Bissell, Harvey P 19 

Bitting, Harry V 17 

Bixler, B. S 100 

Black, Anna E Ill 

Black, Benjamin W 100 

Black, Frank 79 

Black, William C 106 

Blackburn, J. W... 102 

Blackball, James 72 

Blackman, Worthington 94 

Blackwell, Le Rov E... 48 

Blades, Joseph Robert 139 

Bladine, Lars E 15 

Blair, C M... 52 

Blair, D.H... 14 

Blair, G, F.. 98 



Blair, James A 72 

Blair, Samuel 52 

Blair, Thomas A 62 

Blake, C. L 91 

Blake, Dean 62 

Blake, WiHiam J 106 

Blakely, Capt. John R. Y 45 

Blalock, Shirl H 86 

Blanck, Frederick C 74 

Bland, Oscar E 141 

Blaylock, R. L. 136 

Bledsoe. E. P 108 

Bliss, George S. 62 

Bliss, Mai. Gen. Tasker H... 116 
Bloch, Rear .A.dm. Claude C. 45 

Bloxsom, Thomas T 77 

Blue, Rupert 23 

Blundon, Benjamin A 62 

Blystone, Montello E. 62 

Boal, -V. M 97,98 

Boardman, Evan D 19 

Bonrdman, Mabel T. 125 

Boatright, F. G. 132 

Boaz, William 85 

Boddis. Henry 42 

Bode. .-v. H... 94 

Bodine, Joseph L.. 136 

Bogardus, F. H 112 

Boggess, J. S 24 

Boggess, Owen M 53 

Boggs, Col. F. C 31 

Boggs, George 48 

Bogle, Capt. Ralph H 29 

Bolds, Harry H 12 

Bole, George A 92 

Boles, Thomas... 57 

Bolt, Richard A 94 

Boltcn, Joseph 25,57 

Bolton. Edward I.. 95 

Bonanno, Augustus S 28 

Bond, Frank 50,118 

Bond, Judson B 56 

Bondy, William 136 

Bouham, Raphael P 94 

Bonnaffon, Capt. E. W 113 

Bonnott, Walter E 62 

Bonnin, Leo S 52 

Bonstecl, Claude 16 

Bonvnge, Robert W 109 

Booth, Lt. Col. Alfred J 28 

Booth, D. C_ 87 

Booth, Brig. Gen. E. E 27 

Booth, Fenton W 141 

Booth, .Joseph T 51 

Booth, Wilbur F 130 

Booz, T. S 101 

Borah, Wayne G 134 

Borden, Harold L 72 

Borden, Parker Q 107 

Borges, E. Gil 125 

Borland, Wilfred P 96 

Borthwick, Stanlev 137 

Bost, EliJ 52 

Bottoms, Col. Sam F 29 

Boudreaux, Edwin C 75 

Boulden, Charles E 17 

Bourfiuin, George M 135 

Bouton, Charles S 80 

Bowen, J. C 93 

Bowen, M. W 99 

Bower, Ward T 87 

Bowerman, George F 121 

Bowerman, Horatio B 87 

Bowers, Frank K 15 

Bowie, Clifford P 92 

Bowie, Edward H 62 

Bowie, William 88,118 

Bowles, OUver 92 

Bowman, Edward J 135 

Bowman, Capt. Thomas D.. 34 

Bowver, Ephraim P 109 

Bovd, Allen R 7 

Boyd, Carl B 53 

Boyd, James Edmund 136 

Boyd, William I 121 

Boyer, Edward A.. .- 67 

Boyer, Harry B 62 

Bover, Henry J 65 

Boyer, Walter S 51 



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151 



Bovkin, James C 54 

Bovk in, Lester E 78 

Boyle. Charles W fiO 

Boyle, Isaac A 37 

Boyles, Aubrey 131 

Boyntnn, Charles A 139 

Bnici'v. Clarence E 61 

Bradford, Ralph 20 

Bradlev, Mnj. Follett._. 41 

Bradley, Fred A... - 19 

Bradv, George S 86 

Bradv, Joseph P 139 

Brand, Albert - 62 

Brande, Bertram A -.. Ill 

Brandeis, Louis D -.- 129 

Brandes, Elmer W 70 

Brandon, Benjamin F 67 

Brandt, Edwin S 45 

Brasch, Frederick E 7 

Brasol, Roval H- 85 

Brast, Edwin A 15 

Bratton, Comdr. Leslie E.... 47 

Brauer, Rudolph S 44 

Bray. Thomas A. _... 66.68 

Brazell, Roy 57 

Brearley, James A .-. 89 

Breeden, Zula J 54 

Breen, First Lt. John J 33 

Brees, Col. Herbert J 41 

Breid. Jacob 53 

Breininp, Harold W 106 

Breitenstein, Dariel F 136 

Bremerman, Charles H 122 

Brennan, Roland M 121 

Breshears, Frank M 133 

Brett, Moj. M. L 34 

Breuer, Louis H 18 

Brewe--, Frank B 107 

Brewer, Col. Thomas L 34 

Brewster, Lt. Col. Alden F.. 28 

Brewster, Maj. Gen. Andrew. 37 

Brewster, Elisha H... 134 

Brewster, F. M 55 

Brewster, George F 108 

Briar, John 59 

Bricker, Col. Edwin D 34 

Bridge?. Col. Charles H 28 

Briggs, Frank H 141 

Briggs. L. J 86 

Brigham, Lt. Col. C. E .36 

Brigham. Reuben 61 

Bright, A. D 21 

Bright, Joseph S... 78 

Brightwell. Margaret D 112 

Brinton, Clement S 75 

Brist, Fredrick W. 62 

Britt, George W. B.... 16 

3ritt, James J -. 18 

Britton, Bernhardt R 77 

Brobst, Daniel W HI 

Brock, I-ee 15 

Brodbeck. George.. 137 

Brody, John A 107 

Bronaugh, Frank H 47 

Bronson, Ralph B 84 

Brooke, J. A 100 

Brooke, ''apt. John R., ir 37 

Brooks, Herbert L .50 

Brossard, Edgar B 103 

Brothers, Charles S 60 

Brotzman, William S 62 

Broughton, William S _. 13 

Brown, Arthur L 138 

Brown, B. W._._ 23 

Brown, Maj. Carey H 117 

Brown, Charles D 95 

Brown, Charles R 59 

Brown, Dell 87 

Brown, Col. Earll 32 

Brown, Edgar 70 

Brown, Ernest W 122 

Brown, Fay C _. 86 

Brown, Col. Frederick M 40 

Brown, Frederick W Ill 

Brown, O. Elmer 17 

Brown, G. W. N 87 

Brown, George Stewart 20 

Brown, Gilbert D 73 

Brown, Harry A 15 

59927— 25t 11 



Brown, Henry E 67 

Brown, Henry R 108 

Brown, Herbert D 112 

Brown, Hugh A.. 56 

Brown, J. I 91 

Brown, Jack,. 54 

Brown, James P. 81 

Brown, James R 66 

Brown, John B 53 

Brown, Capt. John E 33 

Brown, Lucius H., jr .'i9 

Brown, Martin 135 

Brown, Lt. R. J., ji 35 

Brown, Raymond C 59 

Brown, First Lt.RajonondR. 35 

Brown, Thomas A 140 

Brown, William E 17 

Brown, William L 7 

Browne, Lt. Col. Beverly F. 38 

Browne, Charles A 74 

Browne, Maj. Charles J 40 

Browne, Rhoderic 107 

Brov. Cecil Norton... 122 

Bruce, Charles 81 

Bruce, Howard 33 

Bruce, John C 122 

Brueggeman, Bessie Parker.. 112 

Bruk, Frank 112 

Brumbaugh, N. J 90 

Brunner, Henry C 46 

Bryan, Frank B., jr 120 

Bryan, Capt. Henry F 49 

Bryan, Herbert 65 

Bryan, James B 94 

Bryan, Levin L 76 

Bryan, Nathan P 129 

Bryan, William M 24 

Bryant, Hal F 80 

Bryant, Levi 67 

Bryant, Randolph 139 

Bryson, iVl 106 

Buchanan, Capt. Allen 45 

Buchwald, Louis 140 

Buck, Clarence F 19 

Buckingham, Earle 116 

Buckler, Clarence H 44 

Buckley, John.. 132 

Buckley, John S.. 65 

Buckner, Emory R 136 

Budnitz, Edmund 18 

Buell, Herbert L 30 

Buffmgton, Joseph. 129 

Bufflngton, William E 44 

Bulger, John K 89 

Bullion, Clarence L 50 

Bullock, C. A .- 87 

Buntin, John A 53 

Burch, Dallas S.. 65 

Burchard, E. D._- 55 

Burchard, E. F 55 

Burden, Oliver D 136 

Burdette, Maj . Allen M 38 

Burdette, James W 104, 113 

Burgess, Albert F 76 

Burgess, George K. 86,113, 114, 116 

Burgess, Col. Harry 101 

Burke, Charles H 52 

Burke, Frank 98 

Burkhalter, John T 24 

Burklin, R. Revburn... 104 

Burlew, Ebert K.., 50 

Burlinganie, Everett H 17 

Burlingame, Guy E. 122 

Burlinganie, Luther D 116 

Burnet, David 17 

Burnett, Alfred E 94 

Burnett, Samuel T 133 

Burnham, C. W 87 

Burns, Alexander G... 62 

Burns, Louis H 134 

Burns, William G 62 

Burpee, Lawrence J 110 

Burrage, Rear Adm. Guy H. 45 

Burrell, Bert H 57 

Burrill, Harry R 94 

Burt, S. W 67 

Burton, H. Ralph... 125 

Burton, Ishmael 104 

Burton, R. O 13 



Burton, Robert J 29 

Burton, Theodore E 105 

Bush, Porter L 58 

Busha, C. T., jr 107 

Busick, Adrien F 104 

Busman, Herman 67 

Butler, Arthur R HI 

Butler, First Lt. Frederic B.. 40 

Butler, George W 66 

Butler, Hugh D... 85 

Butler, Jarvis 114, 115 

Butler, John F... 86 

Butler, Maj. John S 32 

Butler, Ollie M 86 

Butler, Pierce.- 129 

Butler, Ulysses... 96 

Butman, Arthur B 85 

Butner, Robert C... 80 

Butt, J.W. S 97 

Butte, George C 38 

Butterfield, Earl C 70 

Butterfield, Lynnford C 68 

Butts, Halleck A 85 

Byerley, John H 97 

Byington, L. B 26 

Byram, John W 62 

Byrd, J. L 101 

Byrnes, J. Wise 70 

C 

Cadmus, R. Y.. 89 

Cady, John B 44 

Caemmerer, H. P. 117 

Cahill, Capt. H. F. K 108 

Caine, Charles E... 43 

Caine, John T., 3d 83 

Cairnes, Lt. Comdr. C. W... 113 

Calder, A. Bland 85 

Caldwell, Hugh K 17 

Caldwell, John D 52 

Calhoun, C. H 101 

Callioun, Herbert C 52 

Calkins, Thomas V 54 

Call, Maj. Lewis W.- 102 

Call, RhydonM... 132 

Callahan, Joshua B 50 

Callan, Brig. Gen. Robert E. 28 

Callander, William F 79 

Callender, Maj. George R 30 

Callister, Thomas A 17 

Calvert, Edgar B 62 

Calvert, Thomas J 106 

Cammerer, Arno B 56 

Camp, Ernest W... 19 

Campbell, Col. Archibald... 38 

Campbell, Balem C 16 

Campbell, E. P 55 

Campbell, Rear Adm. Ed- 
ward H .- 47 

Campbell, Edward K 141 

Campbell, F. L 134 

Campbell, Fred C 52 

Campbell, J. B. 96 

Campbell, John S 81 

Campbell, Louis J 18 

Campbell, Marcus B 136 

Campbell, Roy 19 

Campbell, Lt. Col. Tilman.. 40 

Campbell, Walter G 60 

Canaday, Hamill A 51 

Canby, Col. James 40 

Canfield, Charles H 68 

Cannon, L. S 19 

Cant, William A 135 

Capper, jVrthur 118 

Capps, Rear Adm. Washing- 
ton L lis 

Carl, Leslie M 80 

Carleton, Jerry... 138 

Carlisle, Chester L 107 

Carlson, Vivian 111 

Carlton, John A 107 

Carlton, S. G... 100 

Carmack, L. V 36 

Carmelia, F. A-__ 24 

Carmichael, D. A 23 

Carmine, Capt. G. C 22 

Carnachan, Thomas W 66 

Carnes, E. H 26 



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Carnes, J. H 89 

Carney, George D 47 

Carolan, Joseph 20 

Carpenter, Albert H 67 

Carpenter, Capt. Dudley N.. 40 

Carpenter, George A 133 

Carr, Walter E 94 

Carr, Wilbur J.... 12 

Carrington, John 123 

Carrington, P. M 24 

Carroll, Charles C. 65 

Carroll, William P 81 

Carrutheis, Lemuel A 84 

Carson, David B 88 

Carson, Ernest 62 

Carson, Kit J 16 

Carson, Max n.. 55 

Carter, Earl H 69 

Carter, Edward E 71 

Carter, Forest L... 57 

Carter, George H 6,113 

Carter, n. J 134 

Carter, Peyton.. 52 

Carusi, Ugo J. A 42 

Cary, Edward F 66 

Casad, Lt. Col. A. F 33 

Case, Daniel H 133 

Case, Georges... 116 

Case, Norman S 138 

Cash, B. K__ 115 

Casper, Adolph M... 66 

Cassell, George II 98 

Cassie, Earl W 124 

Casteel, Calvin 56 

Castle, William R., jr 12 

Casto, George D.. 105 

Castor, Thomas... 67 

Caswell, Irving A 19 

Cattell, Roscoe A 91 

Cavanagh, Helen L 121 

Cecil, George H 73 

Cecil, Kirk P 73 

Cely, Homer M 82 

Chace, Edward M 74 

Chaffee, Robert W 32 

Chalcraft, Edwin L 53 

Chalmers, Henry.. 85 

Chamberlain, John A 122 

Chamberlain, Thomas K 87 

Chamberlain, Col. W. P 101 

Chamterlin, Edward H 114 

Chambers, .\bdon P 76 

Chambers, Capt. Frank T... 118 

Chambers, Howard 17 

Chambers, Wilfred E 108 

Champlin, Louis F 80 

Chance, Sylvester 54 

Chancy, Lucian W 93 

Chapman, Alfred... 16 

Chapman, Celia B 58 

Chapman, Thomas P 111 

Chapman, William A 141 

Chappell, Ralph H 22 

Chardon, Carlos E 36 

Charcst, CM 19 

Charlton, Marquis A 77 

Charlton, Rushton H 74 

Charron. Arthur I.. 129 

Chase, Maj. E. H., jr 33 

Chase, Rear Adm. Jehu V... 48 

Chase, Will H 78 

Cheatham. Col. B. Frank... 27 

Chilcott, E. Channing 70 

Chilcott, Ellery F. 70 

Childs, James B 7 

Childs, Virgil C _ 79 

Chisholm, Capt. Edward N., 

jr 31 

Chisholm, W. W 99 

Chisum, Maj. Jenner Y 35 

Chretien, Alfred J 136 

Christensen, Chris L 79 

Christensen, James 83 

Christensen, Leon P 51 

Christensen, Mart T 51 

Christian, S. L 25 

Christianson, Oren X 66 

Christy, John W 139 

Church, Verne H 80 



Churchill, Capt. H. W 33 

Cisler, Stephen A 44 

Clagett, Maj. Henry B 35 

Clapp, EarleH-. 71 

Clapp, Pauls. 84 

Clarahan, Charles H 43 

Clark, Alex. H 141 

Clark, Burr W 71 

Clark, Charles C. 62 

Clark, Clarence D 110 

Clark, Edward T.. 11 

Clark, Capt. Frank H 45 

Clark, Maj. Frank S.... 28 

Clark, George E 117 

Clark, J.Wood 138 

Clark, Joseph S... 69 

Clark, L. D 93 

Clark, Lew B 86 

Clark, Omar W 106 

Clark, Robert E 72 

Clark, S. Wesley 138 

Clark, Tahaferro 23 

Clark, Capt. Thomas L 34 

Clark, W. A. Graham.. 103 

Clark, W D., jr 120 

Clark, W E 104 

Clark, William 136 

Clark, Wilham Mansfield.... 26 

Clarke, James O 75 

Clarke, Jesse C 58 

Clarke, Jesse W 15 

Clarke, Marshall B 104 

Claybourn, J.G 101 

Clayton, Henry D 130 

Clayton, Col. Jere B 39 

Cleary, Francis J. P 61 

Clegg, Cecil H 131 

Clement, Charles B 69 

Clements, Edward.. 53 

demons, Ballard H 111 

Cliffe, Adam C 133 

Chfford, William H 16 

Clift, J. W 90 

Clifton, Lt. Col. Alfred T.... 39 

Cline, Genevieve 20 

Chne, Isaac M 62 

Cline, Joseph L 62 

Clopton, Lt. Col. William 

H., jr_.._ 37 

Close, Wilbur H 106 

Clotts, Herbert V 52 

Cloud, Joel E 67 

Clute, F. R 14 

Cluverius, Capt. Wat T 45 

Coad, Bert R 76 

Coage, Jefferson S-. 124 

Cobb, J. O 23 

Cobb, Nathan A 69 

Cobey,Lt.Comdr.ElwoodA. 45 

Cochran, A. M.J 134 

Cochran, Ernest F.... 138 

Cochran, John W 17 

Cochran, Robert A 54 

Cocke, A C 99 

Coe, Charles E 25 

Coe, Maj. Gen. Frank W 28 

Cofer, L. E 24 

Coffey, E.R 26 

Coffey, Richard J. 56 

Coffin, WilHam H 106 

Coffman, I. Wade... 140 

ColTman. John D... 73 

Coghill, Will H 92 

Cogswell, Ledyard, jr 33 

Cogswell, Theodore 124 

Cohee, Edgar M 15 

Cohen, Barney 95 

Cohen, Walter L 20 

Cohnan, Edward J 76 

Cohran, John R 65 

Coiner, Maj. R. T 31 

Colbert, L. O... 88 

Cole, Arthur G 123 

Cole, Charles F... 131 

Cole, Frank T 62 

Cole, Guy T- 65 

Cole, Harvey S 62 

Cole, John S 23 

Cole, Rear Adm. W. C 48 



Coleman, Charles W 7 

Coleman, Col. F. W 29 

Coleman, Frank H 62 

Coleman, Robert S 94 

Coles, George W 137 

Coles, Henry C 111 

Coles, Malcolm A. 104 

Collier, Carl 112 

Collier, George W 134 

Collins, Charles W 13 

Collins, Col. Christopher C 38 

Collins, Frank G. 13 

Collins, Frank H 66 

Collins, G. L 24 

Collins, Guy N... 70 

Collins, Maurice 106 

Collins, Maurice 122 

Collins, W. D 55 

Collman, Herman T 62 

Collom, McLin S 62 

Colvin, Park D 43 

Colwell, J. H 90 

Comer, George P 103 

Compton, Lindley M 53 

Comstock, Harold D. 56 

Concannon, Charles C 85, 116 

Concklin, E. F 117 

Cougdon, George D 47 

Conger, Norman B 62 

Conkhn, Wilham H 106 

Conley, Col. Edgar T 38 

Conlin, Henry.. 139 

Conlon, Jame.s 122 

Connell, Richard M 86 

Conner, Maj. Gen. Fox 27 

Conner, James F 72 

Conner, Ralph M 56 

Conner, Stanley H 107 

Connolly, Maj. Donald H... 31 

Connor, Patrick 62 

Connor,Maj. Gen. William D. 40 
Conrad, Col. Casper H., jr... 40 

Conrad, Col. Julius T 40 

Conradis, Louis 124 

Conser, F. M 53 

Conti, Angelo 97 

Conway, John S 87 

Conway, Raymond A 17 

Cook, Chauncey F 92 

Cook, DeWitt C... 54 

Cook, Fred M 16 

Cook, G.A._ 96 

Cook, John H 135 

Cook, Katherine M 54 

Cook, Orator F.. 70 

Cook, Richard L 108 

Cook, Lt. Col. Seth W 39 

Cooksey, George R 104 

Cooley, Abraham C 61 

Cooley, Charles E 82 

Coombs, Wade H 120 

Coon, W. W-... 52 

Coontz,Rear Adm. Robert E. 48 

Cooper, Charles H 112 

Cooper, Claude C 63 

Cooper, Frank_ 136 

Cooper, Henry F 137 

Cooper, Kenneth L 107 

Cooper, Robert A 21 

Cooper, Thomas P 79 

Copeland, Edgar P. 124 

Copeland, L. G. 13,103 

Corbett, Lee C. 70 

Corbin, Willi am Lee 7,119 

Corliss, Cliflo rd G. 87 

Corliss, James C 109 

Cornwall, Bruc e 34 

Cornwell, Frede rick M 122 

Corput, G. M. 24 

Corry, Edwin E 31 

Corson, Charles 66 

Cosby, Col. Spencer 31 

Cosdon, A. C... 91 

Costigan, Edward P 1 

Costigan, T. L 1 

Cotteral, John H 1' 

Cottrell, Frederick G 

Cottrell, Maj. Joseph F 

Couch, Leo K... 



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153 



Coulter, Harry F 88 

Coulter, Maj. John B 27 

Cousins, Michael J 16 

Cover, Louis C 63 

Coville, Frederick V 70 

Cowan, Col. Arthur S 40 

Cowdrick, Howard B 63 

Cowles, A. W _ 91 

Cox, Frederick I 96 

Cox, Henry J 63 

Cox, O. H 25 

Cox, Oscar P. 133 

Coxe, Lt. Col. Alexander B-. 41 

Craig, J. D 110 

Craig, John 63 

Craig, Maj. Gen. Malin 27 

Craige, Roscoe C 52 

Craighead, Frank C 76 

Cramer, Leslie 58 

Crandall, Clinton J 53 

Crane, Maj. John A 28 

Crane, R. Newton 12 

Crane, Walter R 92 

Craniner, George T 136 

Crawford, C. J 96 

Crawford, Nelson A 60,61 

Crawford, Maj. Robert W. . 31 

Creel, R. H...- 24 

Creely, Andrew J 65 

Creighton, H. S. 20 

Creps, Clark W 110 

Crew, H. C... 91 

Crichton, J. W 98 

Criin, Capt. L. P 33 

Crisler, Clara M 51 

Crismas, Roy Monteith 16 

Crisp, Charles R.. 105 

Crissinger, D. R 103 

Crist, Raymond F 94 

Crittenden, Eugene C 86 

Crittenden, Samuel W 107 

Croft, Samuel M 7 

Croissant, Victor G 112 

Crom, George C 51 

Cronin, Dennis H.. 135 

Cronin, Herbert T fl 

Cronin, Patrick D 60 

Cronk, James W 63 

Cronk, John W 16 

Crooks, Noah 15 

Crosby, Col. Herbert B. 37 

Crosley, Capt. Walter S 45 

Cross, Anne G 84 

Cross, Samuel H 85 

Grossman, Edgar A 68 

Grossman, Edgar O 106 

Crosson, H. J.. 106 

Crouch, Winnev E. 77 

Crout, Fletcher G 81 

Crowlev, Elmer E 97 

Crowley, R. T_ 23 

Crupper, Joseph L 19 

Cubberly, Fred C 132 

Cuddy, Stephen A 54 

Cuddy, W. N. 131 

Culbert, Robert W 67 

Cullen, Joseph C... 133 

Culler, Clarence F 87 

Culley, Matthew J 71 

Culver, Lt. Col. Clarence C. 35 

Gumming, Hugh S 23,125 

Gumming, James G 123 

Cimningham, Charles H 85 

Cunningham, Edward H 103 

Cunningham, Edward J 93 

Cunningham, Frank P 73 

Cunningham, George W 18 

Cunningham, John H 20 

Cimningham, John T.. 58 

Curran, Henry U 93 

Currie, RoUa P. 75 

Currier, William S 63 

Curry, Allen 135 

Curry, D. P 101 

Curry, George 110 

Curry, Maj. John F 35,114 

Curtice, Cooper 69 

Curtis, Frank S 45 

Curtiss, Charles D 78 



Gushing, Ernest W 14,113 

Cushman, Edward E 140 

Cushman, Frank 108 

Custer, Burton B_ 54 

Cutcheon, C. T. M 112 

Cuthbert, John T 45 

Cuthbertson, David 63 

Cutter, John D. 106 

Cutting, H. 91 

Cutts, A. D 13 

D 

Dagenett, Charles E 52 

Dahl, Hans 16 

Dahly, Oscar E 19 

Daiker, Fred H. 52 

Dailey, Richard B 63 

Daingerfleld, Lawrence U 63 

D;aby, Z. Lewis 30 

Dalcv, Maj. Edmond L 31 

Dallas, John T. 68 

Dalton, Brig. Gen. A. C 29 

Daly, John F 84 

Dana, Samuel T 71 

Danforth, Lt. Col. Charles H. 38 

Daniel, Marshall E i33 

Daniel, Robert E. L 54 

Dare, John W 121 

Darlington, Edward B 56 

Darnall, Col. Carl R 30 

Darr, F. M 99 

Darrah, Col. Thomas W 38 

Daugherty, William T 86 

Davenport, Miles Leroy 66 

Davidson, Maj. Howard C. 35 

Davies, David... 87 

Davies, William Henry 95 

Davila, Pedro Cordova. 36 

Davis, Adelaide 122 

Davis, Audus T 43 

Davis, Charles B 135 

Davis, Charles L 52 

Davis, David W 56 

Davis, Dwight F 27, 

102, 105, 115, 117 

Davis, Emanuel V 16 

Davis, Eugene 108 

Davis, Frank W 92 

Davis, Fred 133 

Davis, G. G 14 

Davis, Harry E 29 

Davis, Hugh J 123 

Davis, J. Warren 129 

Davis, James G 102 

Davis, James J 93, 108, 115 

Davis, O. K. 109 

Davis, OgdenT 122 

Davis, Peter R.. 123 

Davis, Comdr. R. C 46 

Davis, Maj. Gen. Robert C. 28 

Davis, Royall O. E 75 

Davis, Sam B 52 

Davis, Stephen B., jr 42 

Davis, Wilham H.. 84 

Davison, Asa F_ 97,99 

Davison, Elmo L 98 

Davison, Elwin T 68 

Dawes, Charles E. 118 

Dawes, Leonard P-. 54 

Dawkins, Benjamin C 134 

Dawkins, Merritt L 54 

Dawson, Charles I 134 

Dawson, H. Preston 22 

Dawson, Owen L 79 

Dawson, William 12 

Day, Albert M... 77 

Day, Benjamin M 16 

Dav, Capt. G. C 48 

Day, Howard H 69 

Day, L. Enos 68 

Day, Preston C 62 

Day, Samuel H 89 

Day, Walcott L 63 

Deakyne, C ol . Herbert 31 

de Aldrey, Pedro 36 

Dean, Charles M 15 

Dean, Claude M 129 

Dean, Robert H 63 

Dcane, John J 20 



De Arinond, Lt. Col. Ed- 
ward 11... 28 

De Bolt, John T 133 

De Bruler, Ellis. 104 

Deehant, Harry P 60 

Dedeaux, Henry 20 

Dedman, James E 108 

Deffeubaugh, Walter S 54 

de Forest, Robert W 125 

De Fossett, Albert J 68 

Defrees, Capt. Joseph R 46 

Degnan, Thomas L 43 

De Groot, E. H., jr 96 

De Groot, Frank A 13 

De Huff, John D 53 

Deibert, A. H 19 

l.i;ler, T. Q 89 

iAisol, Charles H 66 

de la Gardie, Oscar A. H 18 

De LaMater, John 103 

Delano, Frederic A 125 

Delano, Louis A 43 

Delano, William Adams 117 

Dell, Harry U 66 

Dell, Jessie ill 

Delmar, William T. 16 

DeLoug, C. R 103 

del Toro, Emilio 36 

Demain, Edward R... 63 

Demaray, Arthur E 56 

Demaree, Harry J 61 

Demei-itt, William W 88 

Deming, Charles W 66 

Deming, William C IJ] 

De Moisy, Charles, jr.. 73 

Dendinger, Walter C 69 

Denecke, William A 67 

Dengler, Harry M... 18 

Denison, Arthur C 130 

Denmead, Talbott 76 

Deunee, John S 79 

Dennett, Tyler 12 

Dennis, Alfred P.. 103 

Dennv, Edward H 92 

Denny, Walter C 78 

Denson, Lee A 63 

Dent, Edward A 121 

Dent, Lt. Col. Elliott J 31 

Dent, Porter W 56 

De Otte, Capt. D. F. A 22 

Deputy, Ona D 82 

Derickson, Richard B 88 

De Rocher, James D 87 

Derrick, Walter J 71 

Desha, John R... 133 

De Shields, First Lt. Charles 

B.- 35 

Desmond, John S 92 

Detwiler, Samuel B 70 

deVahn, Hugh 24 

Devereaux, William C 63 

Deviny, JohnJ 22 

Dewey, Charles S 13 

Dewey, Lyster H 70 

Dewhirst, W. S 112 

Dey, Luther M 63 

Diamond, Jay G.. 80 

Dibrell, Walter C... 88 

Dick, Harvey B. 63 

Dickens, Walter F 53 

Dickey, Elvan S 67 

Dickey, Joel M.. 135 

Dickinson, Clark B 52 

Dickinson, H. C 86 

Dickinson, Oliver B 137 

Dickinson, W. E 55 

Dickson. Col. T. C 34 

Dieck, Charles H 88 

Dietrich, Frank S 133 

Dillard, Wimberly T 82 

Dille, Frederick M 76 

Dilier, W C 120 

Dilley, Boyd E 137 

Dillon, Fred P 88 

Dillon. J. F 89 

Dillon. James E 15 

Dimick, Hamilton 52 

Din.smore, H. H 87 

Dirzulaitis, J. J 56 



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Disney, I. P.-.- 89 

Dizon, Paciano 36 

Doak, Henry M.. 138 

Dobson, William M... 108 

Dotki, Luther C Ill 

Dodge, F. E 14 

Dodpe, Capt. F. G 22 

Do(lf;e. Horace C 106 

Dohertv, Cornelius J fiS 

Dolan, H.F .' 14 

Doland, Arthur W 51 

Dole, Charles E 58 

Dollison, William A 132 

Domeratzky, Louis 84 

Donahue, Maurice H 130 

Donald, George L 15 

Donald, William J. _ 50 

Doncgan, William A 66 

Donn, Edward W., jr 124 

Donnel, Charles A 63 

Donnelly, Horace .1 43 

Donnelly, James W 51 

Donnelly, Thomas B 136 

Donner, William 53 

Donovan, Daniel J 120 

Donovan, Eugene S 34 

Donovan, Henry A 75 

Donovan, William J 42 

Dooley, Brete H 53 

Doolittle, Roseoe E 75 

Doran, James M 18 

Dorland, Le Roy 82 

Dorman, James E 69 

Dorr, George B 57 

Dorrington, L. A 53 

Dorry, B.B.._ 87 

Dorset, Marion 65 

Dorsev, H. W 119 

Dorsey. N. W 119 

Dotterer, Harold 85 

Dougherty, William H 140 

Douglass, Charles H 16 

Douthitt, Fred D 73 

Dow, Donald B 92 

Dow, Frank-. 13 

Dow, Milton W 63 

Downer, James Arthur _ 15 

Downes, Mauriee A.. 61 

Downey, George E 141 

Downing, Catherine F 124 

Downing, Elizabeth.. __ 111 

Doying, W. A. E 102 

Dovle, A. P. E 101 

Doyle, John T 111 

Doyle, Robert E 122 

Drake, Charles A.. 14 

Drake, J. Walter 84 

Drakeford, James J 17 

Drane, Albert G 27 

Draper, finest G 125 

Draper, W. F.. 23 

Dravo, Ralph M 33 

Drennan, Maj. Leonard H... 39 

Drew, Charles E 15 

Drinkwater, Capt. John G.. 32 

Drum, H.B 51 

Drum, Brig. Gen. Hugh A.. 27 

Dryden, A. Lincoln 89 

du Bois, Coert 12 

Dubois, Fred T : 110 

Du Bose, Capt. W. G 46 

Duclos, August F 53 

Dudley, Frederick R 50 

Duer, Charles L 55 

Duff, M. L 101 

DulTv, Frank T 106 

Duganue, C. G... 104 

Dulles, Allen W 12 

Dunbar, Capt. Arthur W 46 

Dunbar, Paul B 74 

Duncan, George M 22 

Duncan, Comdr. Greer A 46 

Duncan, Rolla. 135 

Dunlap, I. H 87 

Dunlap, Renick W CO 

Dunlop, John P 92 

Dunn, Maj. Beverly C 31,88 

Dunn, Comdr. C. A 46 

Dunn. John H 131 



Dunn, Russell H 19 

Dunn, Willis E 52 

Dunning, Marion O 19 

Dunsmore, Andrew B 137 

Durand, E. Dana 85 

Durand, William F 114 

Duras, C. O 90 

Durbin, William G. 73 

Durey, Cyrus 15 

Durgin, Martin L 20 

Durham, Davis C. 138 

Durham, Edgar P 67 

Durham, Edwin R 135 

Durkee, J. Stanley .59 

Duthie, George A 72 

Dutton, Robert W 124 

Dutton, Walter L 73 

Duvel, Joseph W. T 83 

Dye, Alexander V 85 

Dyer, B. W 55 

Dyer, Frederick R 134 

Dyer, R. E 25 

Dyer, Robert W 51 

Dyke, Ray A 63 

Dysart, Lewis C 33 

Dyson, Benjamin E 132 

Dyson, Rear Adm. CharlesW. 46 

E 

Eakin, J. Ross 57 

Earhart. Irwin L 111 

Earle, B.H 25 

Eastman, Joseph B 96 

Eastwold, Maj. O. A 36 

Eaton, George E 87 

Eaton, Robert O 14 

Eberle, Adm. Edward W. 45, 115 

Ebersole, R. E .... 24 

Ebert, F. C__ 56 

Ebert, H. G 24 

Ebey, Howard D 94 

Eble, F. X.A 21 

Eckhardt, Nicholas 85 

Eddey, George W 63 

Eddy, Walter L 103 

Edgerton, Maj. Glen E 102 

Edgerton, Lawrence F _. 17 

Edinburgh, F. P 91 

Edson, Howard A 70 

Edwards, Charles W 61 

Edwards, John H 50 

Edwards, John J 109 

Edwards, S. W 89 

Egge, Carl F 44 

Eggers, Charles 53 

Eggleston, James A. 113 

Eidsness, Michael L., jr 44 

Eilperin, George 16 

Eisler, W. !..._ 98 

Eldridge, Frank R 85 

Eldridge, Maurice O 120 

Eldridge, Watson W 58 

Eliason, Howard R 104 

Eliot, Martha M 94 

Eliot, Samuel A 59 

Ellars, Ralph B 16 

Elliott, Clarence L 66 

Elliott, Maj. D. O 32 

Elliott, J. H 96 

Elliott, James D 138 

Elliott, Joseph E 73 

Elliott, Col. William 29 

Ellis, Charles L 53 

Ellis, Luther E 107 

Ellsworth, C. E 55 

Elmore, Laura 94 

Elorduy, Lie. Acquiles 110 

Elster, Georgia A 48 

Elting, Philip 19 

Elwell, FredN... 69 

Ely, Lt. Col. Eugene J 39 

Ely, Maj. Gen. Hanson E... 37 

Ely, Col. Nathan D.. _. 29 

Ely, Seldon M 122 

Embry, William E 86 

Emerson, Ernest E 6 

Emerson, Maj. T. H 31 

Emerson, Walter 122 

Emery, Eben H _ 63 



Emery, James A 82 

Emigh, Eugene D 63 

Emmons, Maj. Delos C 35 

Engebretson, Alfred P 16 

Engel, Carl 7 

England, William H 104 

Englc, Charles A 52 

Engle, J. Finney 54 

English, George W 133 

English, Harry 122 

Enochs, Col. Berkeley " 38 

Ensor, Edward 89 

Erckenbrack, E. P.. 98 

Ernst, Edward C 25,112 

Ernst, Frank .\ 83 

Ervin, Capt. Robert G 39 

Ervin, Robert T 131 

Erwin, Lenoir M 132 

Ervvin, Walter S 84 

Esch, JohnJ 96 

Eshleman, Cyrus U 63 

Eskey, C. R 25 

Esola, Frederick L 131 

Estep, Evan W 53 

Estes, R. M 41 

Estes, W. Lee 139 

Esteves, Guillermo 36 

Evans, Albert E 66 

Evans, Arthur H 85 

Evans, Charles A 122 

Evans, David E 17 

Evans, Donald P_ 112 

Evans, Edward A 63 

Evans, Evan 14 

Evans, Evan A 130 

Evans, George T.. 15 

Evans, Griffith 85 

Evans, H. H 101 

Evans, Lt. Col. Herbert L... 29 

Evans, James .A 61 

Evans, Louis M 34 

Evans, Melville E 44 

Evans, Richard T 57 

Evans, Walter H 61 

Everest, Philips 53 

Everly, Ora W 66 

Everman, Ord.. 106 

Ewers, Smith v.. _ 66 

E wing, John K. M 109 

Exline, James C 68 

E.xton, Col. C. W 37 

Ezekiels, Jeannette 123 

F 

Paget, E. B 25 

Paget, F. M... 25 

Paget, G. H 26 

Fahey, JohnH. 109 

Fahrenwald, Arthur W 92 

Fairbank, Herbert S 78 

Fairburn, Orville G 107 

Fairchild, David 70 

Fallon, William H_ 63 

Famous, George W 65 

Paris, Charles B 135 

Faris, Chester E_ 53 

Paris, James E 25 

Faris, Robert L 88 

Farnham, Philip S 77 

Farnsworth, David C 108 

Farnum, Emily I 84 

Farnum, Jessica L... 7 

Farr, Homer J 57 

Farrell, George E 61 

Farrell, James 94 

Farrell, Patrick J 96 

Farrington, Edwaid S 135 

Farrington, Wallace R 59 

Farrow, E. A 53 

Fassig, Oliver L 63 

Fauutleroy, Charles M 24 

Faure, Clarence E 73 

Favorite, Joseph H 51 

Fay, John B., jr 48 

Fay, William J 124 

Fearn, OttoE... 123 

Fechet, Brig. Gen. James E . 34 

Feely, Edward P.. 85 

Fees, Don C 42 



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Fehr, Joseph C 109 

Felton, Ernest L . 63 

Fenby, Edwin J_. 73 

Fenning, Frederick A.. 120 

Fenning, Karl__ 89 

Ferguson, Carey D 19 

Ferguson, Col. Harley B... 27,41 

Ferguson, Jo M 107 

Ferguson, R. Trevor 71 

Fernald, Bert M. 118 

Fernandez, Francisco M 125 

Ferrall, Lannes L 51 

Fess, Simeon D 117 

Fewkes, J. Walter 119 

Fidler, Harry L 108 

Field, John H 15 

Fieldner. Arno C 92 

Fiehis, J. B 101 

Fieser, James L. 125 

Filer, Herbert A... Ill 

Filler, Edmund C 70 

Finch, Burtis J 79 

Finch, Maj. H. A 31 

Finch, James A._ 42 

Finlc, William E 83 

Finkham, Ralph R 88 

Finlcy, Harry L... 137 

Finney, Edward C._. _. 50 

Finucane, Thomas G 93 

Firestone, Charles 54 

Fischer, Israel F 20 

Fish, Charles J 87 

Fish, James G._. 69 

Fishburn, Randolph E 110 

Fisher, Albert K.. 76 

Fisher, Aleyne A 44 

Fisher, Chester C_ 56 

Fisher, E. V ._. 121 

Fisher, First Lt. Harry E.._ 102 

Fisher, Col. Henry C 30 

Fisher, Lewis H 111 

Fisher, William__ _ 89 

Fisk, Samuel T__. 107 

Fiske, Maj. Harold C 31 

Fiske, Herbert H 52 

Fitts, Harrison F 79 

Fitz, Leslie A 83 

Fitzgerald, James J 34 

Fitzgerald, Mary C 120 

Fitz Henry, Loiiis 133 

Fitzpatrick, Fred R. 134 

Fladnpss, Severin O 68 

Flather, Collin E. E 122 

Fleming, James _ 66 

Fleming, Samuel T 80 

Fleming, \V. W 55 

Fletcher, Allen 106 

Fletcher, Austin B 78 

Fletcher, Charles W 16 

Fletcher, Edgar H 63 

Fletcher, Julius C . 60 

Fleury, Arthur C 82 

Flint, A. L 102 

Flood, Thomas C 87 

Flora, Snowden D 63 

Flores, Benito... . 110 

Flory, Charles H 74 

Flynn, H. S 34 

Flynn, William 93 

Foley, George F 99 

Foley, John P... 16 

Foley, Capt. Paul 45 

Follansbee, Robert 55 

Foote, George L 16 

Foote, Leonard 101 

Foran, Arthur F 20 

Forbes. Reginald D 71 

Ford, C. K 98 

Ford, Col. Joseph H 37 

Ford, Rowland H 123 

Formanek, Joseph 44 

Forney, John C. 60 

Forrer, Herbert S 18 

Forrest, Earle M _ 54 

Forshing, Clarence L 71 

Forster, Rudolph 11 

Foster, A. D 24 

Foster, Lt. Col. Charles L_.. 30 
Foster, Estelle 123 



Foster, Frank H 131 

Foster, Guild C 105 

Foster, J. M 93 

Foster, John A 18 

Foster, Leo J 56 

Foster, Lewis E 56 

Foster, M. H 24 

Foster, Rufus E 129 

Foster, Samuel B 69 

Fotheringham, William 66 

Foulk, O. E 103 

Foulois, Lt. Col. B. D 35 

Fouts, Samuel E 89 

Fowler, Charles 19 

Fowler, M. L 97 

Fowler, William C 123 

Fowler, Willis J 13 

Fowles, John R 14 

Fox, A. Manuel 103 

Fox, Carroll 24 

Fox, N. K 19 

Frahc, H. B 107 

Frampton, Hugh M 83 

Francis, Alonzo H 68 

Francis, Edward 24 

Francis, R. W. C 107 

Frank, E. H.._ 102 

Frank, Maj. SelbyH 34 

Franke, F. W._ 115 

FrankenQeld, Harry C 62 

Franklin, Col. B. A 33 

Franks, E. T 108 

Franzman, Peter A 66 

Eraser. Douglas R.. 17 

Frayser, Frank 18 

Frazicr, John H 81 

Freeman, Hugh B 119 

Freeman, Paul 44 

Freeman, W^alter 58 

Freeman, William H.. 82 

Freer, Harry L 32 

Freeze, Victor J 99 

Freimuth, Walter F 16 

Fremont, Caot. J. C 32 

French, Edwin S 60 

French, H. Earl 72 

French, Harry H 72 

French, Lafayette, jr 135 

Fretz, WarrenJ 69 

Frick, Harvey F 42 

Fricks, L. D 24 

Friedrick, Henry. _ 17 

Fries, Maj. Gen. Amos A 36 

Frieser, F, G 99 

Frisbie, Walter S ._ 74 

Frith, Robert E 18 

Fritsch, Joseph, jr 136 

Froe, Arthur G 124 

Fromme, Rudo L 73 

Frost, W. H 24 

Frothingham, Earl H 71 

Fry, Alfred Brooks... _. 22 

Fry, Hugh L 68 

Fry, Pet 42 

Fry, Walter B 52 

Fullawav, Charles H 14 

Fuller, Carrie L._ 78 

Fuller, Capt. H. E 108 

Fuller, J. K 25 

Fuller, Leonore B 61 

Fuller, Merton L 63 

Fuller, Olin C 132 

Fuller, William D 63 

FuUerton, Brooks 56 

Fullerton, L. A 25 

Fulmer, J. H___ 135 

Fulmer, Lt. Col. John J 37 

Fulwiler, Robert A 18 

G 

Gabaldon, Isauro 36 

Gable, Charles L 56 

Gable, Thomas P.. 19 

Gabrielson, Ira N 77 

Oadwin, Brig. Gen. Edgar... 30 

Gage, Bert P 15 

Gaines, Samuel M 44 

Galbraith, Capt. W. W 45 

Oalbraith, William H 104 | 



Oallardo, Juan G 36 

Galloway, Herman J 42 

Gallup, James D 51 

Galpin, Charles J 79 

Gamble, Comdr. A. L 22 

Oambrill, Col. William Q... 29 

Game, Col. ClylTard... 38 

Gano, Capt. Frank W 32 

•Qapen, Charles E 61 

Garber, Benjamin S 52 

Gardes, Arthur U 112 

Gardner, B.C 117 

Gardner, C. H 23 

Gardner, Charles T 78 

Gardner, Harlan P 16 

Gardner, John J 80 

Gardner, John W 87 

Garfield, Abram 117 

Garges, Daniel E 120 

Garinger, Albert 34 

Garland, John S 121 

Qarlough, Francis E 77 

Garlow, C. R 135 

Garner, Wightman W 70 

Garrard, Col. Louis F 29 

Garrett, Charles C 63 

Garrett, Harry D. 75 

Gartland, Joseph F.. 50 

Gartside, F. T 117 

Gary, Leonard B... 86 

Gassaw.iy. J. M 23 

Gatchell, Maj. Oscar J 33,41 

Gates, Charles J 13 

Gates, J. F-_ 26 

Oatewood, Capt. R. D 98 

Gauges, Joseph G .- 141 

Gaukel, Thomas L 86 

Gault, HomerJ 56 

Gault, Rov B 134 

Gavin, P. J 99 

Oav, JohnL _ 138 

Gayler, Comdr. Ernest R... 46 

Gaylord, Leon E 80 

Gavnor, John W 17 

Gee, Maj.C.C 31 

Gehan, John F 99 

Gei'b, Henry 99 

Geiger, Ferdinand A 140 

Gemoel, Capt. Eugene P. H. 40 

Gendron, Ulric J 99 

Gensler, Clyde H 52 

George, Harrison H 66 

George, Martin 50 

George, Samuel W.. 20 

Georgeson, Charles C 61 

Gerdine, T.Q 55 

Geren, Harry O 63 

Gerhard, Adolf 27 

Gerig, William 32 

Gerner, C. H 95 

Gerry, Elbridge B 18 

Gherardi, Capt. Walter R... 45 

Giacomini, A. L 88 

Gibbs, Col. George S 39 

Gibson, Lt. Comdr. Edward 

B 47 

Gibson, Jonathan E 08 

Gibson, R. A 98 

Gibson, R. R 107 

Gibson, Robert M 138 

Gibson, Col. William R 38 

Gibson, Wilham S 46 

Gifford, Lt. Richard H 46 

Gilbert, Charles V 16 

Gilbert, Wilham B 130 

Gilbreth, Leo A 17 

Gilchrist, Alexander, jr 136 

Gilchrist, Donald A 77 

Gile, PhUipL 75 

Giles, A. H... 91 

Giles, James L 122 

Gilkes, Percy G. B 136 

Gill, Charles W 123 

Gill, J. F 117 

Qillars, Alexander L.. 17 

Gillespie, Maj. Alexander G. 39 

Gillespie, J. M 25 

Gillespie, Julian E 85 

Gillett. Edward C 87 



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Gillett, H.W 86 

Qillett, Roy L 79 

Gilliam, J. C 89 

Gillies, Duncan R 66 

Qillman, H. M., jr.... 58 

Gilmore, Eugene A 36 

Gilstrap, H. B.... 107 

Gingell, Marion L 82 

Ginn, Lurtin R 112 

Gist, Frank W /9 

Gittings, Edwin B.,jr 63 

Gladmon, Percy L 60 

Glascock, E. S 90 

Glasgow, Col. William J 27 

Glass, Charles F 50 

Glass, John 11 137 

Glassie, Henry H 103 

Glaw, Robert W 101 

Glennan, A. H 23 

Glennan, Brig. Gen. James D. 30 

Glover, W. Irving 43 

Gnichtel, Edward E 16 

Gober, William M 132 

Goddard, Erwin M 78 

Goddard, Henry W 136 

Goding, Harry 65 

Goetz, Maj. Robert C 41 

Goldbeck, Albert T 78 

Goldberger, Joseph 24 

Goldenweiser, E. A 103 

Goldesberry, John M 137 

Goldman, Edward A 76 

Goldman, Luther J 77 

Qoldthwaite, Henry 101 

Golibart, S. R., jr 112 

Golze, R. L 112 

Gomersall, George B 16 

Gompers, Samuel J... 93 

Gooch, Benjamin F 67 

Good, George E 103 

Goodale, Samuel W 51 

Goodeell, Rex B 14 

Goodin, James W 34 

Goodrich, First Lt. Donald R. 35 
Goolrick, Maj. Robert E. M. 40 

Goolsbv, E. M 132 

Gordon, Frank N "107 

Gordon, J. L 20 

Gordon, James H 63 

Gordon, John Blake 121 

Gordon, John C. F 94 

Gordon, Peyton 132 

Gore, John J 138 

Gorman, P. J 25 

Gorman, T. J 20 

Gorton, Lt. I. W 113 

Gosnell, Fred K. 84 

Gossett, Carl A 63 

Gotwals, Maj. John C 31 

Goudy, Fletcher H 17 

Gove, Chase C 43 

Grable, E. F 96 

Graf, John E 76 

Gnifke, Harry 68 

Graham, Albert B 61 

Graham, Edwin C. _ 122 

Graham, Lt. Col. Harry 35 

Graham, Col. James M 39 

Graham, Ralph 68 

Graham, Samuel J_ 141 

Graham, William 16 

Graham, Lt. Col. William A . 39 

Graham, William J 141 

Granger, Christopher M 73 

Granger, Nathanael N. 16 

Grant, Clifford L 122 

Grant, E. B 89 

Grant, Robert J _ 21 

Grant, Robert Q 63 

Grant, Maj. U. S., 3d 117 

Grater, Charles B 87 

Qraupner, A. E 105 

Graves, Harold N 84 

Graves, Roy R 69 

Graves, Maj. Gen.William S. 39 

Gray, Alwin E 77 

Gray, C.C 14 

Gray, Capt. Claude E 40 

Gray, Dorothy. 48 



Gray, J. Moyle 109 

Gray, Lester S 47 

Gray, Lewis C 79 

Gray, Orrin C 52 

Gray, Richard W 63 

Greedy, Chester Lee 107 

Greeley, William B. ...... 70,118 

Green, Frank Key 129 

Green, G. W 101 

Green, George M 89 

Green, J. Lindley 51 

Green, Louis K... 65 

Green, Ned M 18 

Green, William H 63 

Green, William M 56 

Green, William R., jr 105 

Greene, Elwyn 101 

Greene, John 6 

Greene, Ralph C 136 

Greene, Smith W 67 

Greenidge, S. M 14 

Greening, Gershom K., jr 63 

Grecnleaf, James L ___ 117 

Greeson, Jesse Bruce 18 

Gregg, A. W 19,42 

Gregg, Elinor D 52 

Gregg, Eugene 8 85 

Gregg, William C 59 

Gregg, Willis R 62 

Gregory, Rear Adm. Luther 

E 46 

Grenfell, Frederick W 120 

Grew, Joseph C 12 

Gries, John M 86 

Griffin, A. P. C 7 

Griffin, C. A... 57 

Griffin, Lt. Col. Frank J 40 

Griffin, Max Y 81 

Griffin. Michael B 16 

Griffin, Thomas A Ill 

Griffin, X'irgil C 131 

Griffin, William v.. 125 

Griffing, Thomas S 94 

Griffith, F. W 102 

Griffith, Leigh M 114 

Griffiths, Charles M.. ■ 106 

Origg, Alfred S 60 

Grimes, George E. 63 

Grimm, John, jr..- _._ 20 

Grimm, R. M 24 

Grissom, Gilliam. 15 

Qroesbeck, W. D 90 

Groeschel, Sidney C 106 

Grogan, Starke M 84 

Groner, D. Lawrence 139 

Grosbach, H.E 55 

Gross, C. E 13 

Gross, Fred A 53 

Gross, Samuel L 139 

Grove, John S 66 

Grove, McGill 122 

Grove, S. D 90 

Grover, John 63 

Grover, N. C 55 

Grover, Oscar L 78 

Groves, Edna 52 

Groves, H. Lawrence 85 

Grow, Capt. Eugene J 46 

Grubb, Fipncis L. W 72 

Grubb, William I 130 

Grubbs, Maj. Dewitt C. T.- 39 

Grubbs, James W 51 

Grubbs, S. B 23 

Grunow, C. De.xter 63 

Guard, J. E 87 

Gue, Joseph W... 49 

Guevara, Pedro 36 

Guill, John J., jr 21 

Guill, Thomas E 63 

Guiney, Col. Patrick W 29 

Guiteras, G. M 23 

Gullickson, Anton H 18 

Gullion, Maj. Walter C 40 

Gunnell, L. C 119 

Gunther, Frank A_ 120 

Gunther, Frankhn Mott 12 

Gurr, James E 73 

Guthrie, M. C 24 

Gwyn, M.K... 24 



H 

Haas, Reuben P 53 

Hacker, Morris 121 

Hacker, Col. Theodore B 38 

Hackleman, Will C 80 

Hackworth, Green H 42 

Haden, C. F. 90 

Haden, T. Leo 96 

Hadley, Carl E 63 

Hadley, John A 115 

Hadley, Ohn M... 63 

Hadley, Warren B 121 

Hager, Clint W 132 

Hagerman, Herbert J 52 

Haggerty, John J.. 79 

Hagood, Maj. Gen. Johnson.. 38 

Hahn, E. E 87 

Hainer, Bayard T... 60 

Haines, Blanche M... 94 

Haines, Frank H 97 

Haines, Oscar Q 89 

Hair, George E 51 

Hale, Clarence 134 

Hale, Herbert C 140 

Hale, Ross H 58 

Hall, Alvin W 22 

Hall, Ansel F... 57 

Hall, Charles C 73 

Hall, Dwight 20 

Hall, Col. Harrison 41 

Hall, Harwood 53 

Hall, Henry C. 96 

Hall, Jesse R 73 

Hall, Louis M 19 

Hall, Maurice C 65 

Hall, Percival 125 

Hall, Ray O 85 

Hall, Maj. Theodore 41 

Hall, William H 80 

Halla, Capt. Carl 30 

Hallenbeck, Cleve 63 

Hallett, Ralph H 98 

Halligan, Rear Adm. John... 46 

Halloran, Matthew F 111 

Halpin, F. J 26 

Ham, Frank J.. 15 

Hambleton, James I 76 

Hamel, Albin G 72 

Hamele, Ottamar 56 

Hamilton, J. E 42 

Hamilton, John A 16 

Hamilton, Capt. Walter C... 33 

Hamilton, William B 19 

Hamlet, Comdr. H. Q 22 

Hamlin, C. S 103 

Hammett, Ulysses B 17 

Hammitt, John S. R 53 

Hammond, Maj. Gen. Creed 

C 36 

Hammond, E. H 52 

Hampton, Alfred 94 

Hamrick. Andrew M 63 

Hancock, W. K 87 

Hand, Augustus N.. 136 

Hand, Lt. Col. Daniel W 28 

Hand, Learned 129 

Hand, Robert G 13 

Hanes, William B-_. 19 

Haney, Bert E 97 

Hanford, Charles W 103 

Hanger, G. W. W.-_ 96 

Haniger, Walter J 42 

Hanlon, Arthur J... 18 

Hanna, Margaret M 12 

Hanna, Wilbur S 52 

Hannav, Col. J. R. R 29 

Hans, J 91 

Hansen, Arthur W 75 

Hansen, Hans 108 

Hanson, Alfred E 6 

Hanson, Karl B 77 

Hanson, William M 94 

Haralson, M. F 25 

Harbaugh, Charles A 14 

Hardie, W. V 96 

Hardigg, Maj. William B 41 

Hardy, Allen H 78 

Hardy, Erie L. 63 



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Hardy, Rose Lees 122 

Hardy, Capt. Rosswell E 33 

Hare, Frank E 87 

Hare, Raleigh F 80 

Hargrove, Marion C 120 

Harman, Walter P 87 

Harner, James W 68 

Harney, George W 89 

Harper, James E. - 13 

Harper, Sinclair O 56 

Harpham, Vernon V 73 

Harriman, N. F. 113 

Harrington, A. W 55 

Harrington, Maj. F. C 101 

Harrington, Guy P 50 

Harris, Albert L 121 

Harris, Maj. C. T..- 32 

Harris, Charles E 50 

Harris, George H.- 56 

Harris, George K._ 94 

Harris, James E 140 

Harris, John D 42 

Harris, John M 67 

Harris, Philip T 73 

Harris, Richmond J 44 

Harris, Capt. William E 32 

Harrison, C. L.._ 33 

Harrison, Floyd R 104 

Harrison, J. Scott. 50 

Harrison, Leland 12 

Harrison, Col. Ralph 39 

Harrison, W'. T 25 

Harrison, Maj. William B.. 32,39 

Harri.son, William Fred 131 

Harrison, William H 122 

Harrison, William K 53 

Harsch, George W 95 

ilart, Carroll P 66 

Hart, D. H 139 

Hart, M. W 96 

Hart, R. W.._ 25 

Hart, Ringgold 120 

Hart, Maj. Gen. W. H 29 

Hart, William F 16 

Hart, William O 109 

Hartigan, Will H 75 

Hartman, John D 139 

Hartman, Col. John D. L.... 34 
Hartman, Col. Edward T._. 38 
Hartshorn, Lt. Col. Edwin S. 27 

Hartson, Millard T 19 

Hartwell, F. Eugene 63 

Hartwell, O. W 55 

Harvey, Albert W 139 

Harvey, John 50 

Harvin, Richard A 139 

Hasseltine, H. E 24 

Hastey, Capt. Thomas W . . , 39 

Hastings, Charles H 7 

Hastings, Clifford 84 

Hatfield, Charles S 141 

Hatfield, George J 131 

Hathaway, Carson C 111 

Hathaway, Erwin O 78 

Hatheway, Thomas G 21 

Hauke, Charles F 52 

Hauseman, First Lt. D. N... 33 

Havell, Thomas C 50 

Haven, Elmer F 66 

Havenner, George C 112 

Hawes, John T 16 

Hawk, Amos W 50 

Hawkesworth, Charles W... 54 

Hawkins, Col. Clyde E 39 

Hawkins, E. W. 99 

Hawks, Emma B 83 

Hawley, J. H. 88 

Hawlcy, Philo B 87 

Haworth, Frank E 65 

Hay, James _ 141 

Hay, Thomas P 100 

Haycock, Robert L 122 

Haycraft, Everett F 104 

Hayden, B. F 115 

Hayes, Montrose W 63 

Hayes, Maj. Thomas J 40 

Hayne, Col. Paul T 38 

Haynes, E. M 87 

Haynes, Lynford J 61 



Haynes, R. A 18 

Hays, Frank, jr 94 

Hays, Wm. P 17 

Ilayward, Henry A 19 

Haywood, John K 82 

Hazard, Henry B 94 

Hazel, John R 136 

Hazelip, Thomas N 134 

Hazcn, John S 63 

Hazen, Melvin C 121 

Hazen, Nathan 32 

Head, Middleton E 107 

Headley, Albert J 122 

Headley, Roy 71 

Healy , James S 68 

Healy, T. J 109 

Hearn, Williamson E 75 

Hearne, C. A.. 101 

Hearst, Clarence E 13 

Hearst, Sir William, K. C. 

M. G 110 

Hecht, W'illiam C 136 

Heck, Nicholas H 88 

Hecker, Henry W 82 

Hedrick, Horace A.. 65 

Heidt, Col. Grayson V 40 

Heikes, Victor C 92 

Heiner, Daniel B 15 

Hellmich, Arnold J 15 

Helmick, Maj. Gen. Eli A... 28 

Henderson, Capt. A. J 22 

Henderson, Charles W 92 

Henderson, James E 52 

Henderson, Marion 105 

Henderson, Walter C. 76 

Hengstler, Herbert C 12 

Henkel, Edward.. 45 

Henlock, Charles 117 

Hennessey, Lt. Col. Peter J.. 27 

Henning, Edward J 131 

Henrici, Hermann C 83 

Henry, A. F 98 

Henry, Alfred J 62 

Henry, B. \V 99 

Henry, C. C 90 

Henry, E. S 89 

Henry, Col. Guy V 40 

Henry, Honora K 48 

Henry, J. J 98 

Henshaw, F. F 55 

Herbert, Clara W _ 121 

Herbrandson, Harry O 80 

Bering, John W .■ 14 

Heritage, Maj. Arthur M 40 

Hermansen, Herman A. 58 

Hern, Fred 65 

Hernandez, Benigno C 15 

Hernandez, John W^ 16 

Herndon, John G 13 

Herrick, Chauncey W 17 

Herring, Charles E_ 85 

Herringshaw, Lt. Col. Wil- 
liam F 29 

Herrold, Charles H 66 

Herron, William H 55 

Hersey, Henry B 63 

Hersh, W. L 101 

Herson, James F 103 

Hesner, Capt. G. E 101 

Hess, Emory K 81 

Hess, F"rank L._ 91 

Hess, George W.. 7 

Hess, Col. Louis T 39 

Hess, Paul 63 

Hess, William P 122 

Hesse, Edwin B.. 122 

Hesse, Henry A ill 

Hester, Capt. Floy L 29 

Heterick, R. H 24 

Hewes, George P 16 

Hewes, Laurence I._. 78 

Hewett, James H. H 51 

Heyer, Hobert E.._ 63 

Hibbard, Carl D 107 

Hickenlooper, Smith 137 

Hickerson, J. B. L 34 

Hickey, John J 96 

Hickman, Col. Edwin A 38 

Hickok, Col. Howard R 39 



Hicks, Frederick C 105 

Uicks, Hazen H 67 

Hicks, Xenophen 138 

Higgins, Elmer 87 

Uiggins, James L 20 

Higgins, Jay... 72 

Higgins, Patrick S 15 

Higgins, Samuel 96 

Higgison, Ruth A.. 136 

Hildebrand, Samuel F 87 

Hildebrandt, Frank M 104 

Hildreth, Charles W., jr 19 

Hilgard, Lt. Col. M. R 115 

Hill, Alva C 82 

Hill, Harry B 92 

Hill, Harry H 91 

Hill, J. Bryan 66 

Hill, James M 92 

Hill, John Philip 108 

Hill, Joseph A 84 

Hill, William F 74 

Hill, William L 21 

Hill, Lt. Col. William P 30 

Hill, William S 97 

Hiller, Adelbert D.... 106 

Hilliard, Phineas K 77 

Hills, John 133 

Hillyer, Arthur S_ 85 

Hiltabidle, Lt William C.jr. 46 

Hilton, Uuber C 72 

Hinckley, Comdr. H. D 22 

Hindman, E. E 135 

Hinds, Maj. Gen. Ernest 39 

Uine, Frank W 16 

Hine, Harry O 122 

Hines, Frank T 106 

Hines, Capt. J. F._. 48 

Hines, Maj. Gen. John L. 27, 115 

Hingsburg, Frederick 87 

Hinkle, Charles C. 19 

Hirleman, Arden L 68 

Hirsch, Arthur J 84 

Hisco.\, Joseph W 61 

Hissong, John E 63 

Uitt, Isaac R 123 

Hitz, William 141 

Hoadley, Frank M 27 

Hoage, Robert J 112 

Hobbs, H.W 32 

Hodges, Henry W 141 

Hodges, J. S 90 

Hodges, Maj. John N. 32,39 

Hodges, Yulee 122 

Hodgkins, Howard L 125 

Hodgson, C. V_ ...:.... 88 

Hodgson, James F_. 85 

Hoehling, Adolph A 141 

Hotlman, Arthur F... 72 

Hoffman, Maj. B. L 35 

Hoffman, Eunice L 7 

Hoffman, Col. G. M..._ 32 

Hoffman, William H 77 

Hoffses, G. Raymond 87 

Hogensen, Alfred 51 

Hohn, John 85 

Holbrook, F. S 86 

Holcomb, Edward W 63 

Holden, Charles 15 

Holden, Henry M 139 

Hole, Morris J 84 

Holgate, Harry L 56 

Holkamp, E. H 14 

Holland, Arthur H ...- 45 

Holland, Herbert J.. 75 

Hollenbeck, John B 68 

Hollingsworth, William Y.. 26 

Holloway, Edward M 130 

Holloway, W. R._. 101 

Holman, Charles R.. 123 

Holman, George E 77 

Uolmead, Alfred.. 96 

Holmes, Charles H 58 

Holmes, Edwin R.. 135 

Holmes, Maj. Frank M 28 

Holmes, John Q 77 

Holmes, Kirk 46 

Holmes, Oliver Wendell 129 

Holmes, Ronald M 56 

Holmes, W.N 90 



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Holmes, William E 122 

Holmes, William H 119 

Holmes, William H... 106 

Holt, Grover C 17 

Holt, Lester M 52 

Holt, R. W 122 

Holt, William A 17 

Holton, Douglas W 121 

Holton, Olaf B 94 

Holtzman, Charles H 19 

Holzberg, Tonnis J 47 

Hood, Ozni P 91 

Hooks U. G 106 

Hooper, Ben W 96 

Hooper, L. E 25 

Hoover, Dickerson N 89 

Hoover, F. W 117 

Hoover, George W 74 

Hoover, Herbert 84, 

105,108,109,115,116 

Hoover, I. U U 

Hoover, J. Edgar 42 

Hoover, LeClaire 104 

Hopkius, Capt. E. O 30 

Hopkins, F. M 91 

Hopkins, George C.._ 15 

Hopkins, Isabelle Mott 94 

Hopkins, Oliver P 84 

Hormel, Herman 20 

Horn, Hugh.. 58 

Hornaday, F. A 124 

Hornby, Lloyd D 71 

Home, Joseph W 92 

Home, Sim J 68 

Horney, Col. Odus C. 33 

Horton, A. H 55 

Horton, Albert C, jr... 50 

Horton, Edgar C 63 

Horton, Col. William E 37 

Hoskins, -A-lbert J... 107 

Hostetler, Theodore A 89 

Hotchkiss, Clarence R.. 137 

Houck, Harry 17 

Houck, Ulysses G 65 

Hough, Benson W__ 137 

Hough, Charles M 129 

Hough, Capt. Romeyn B., jr 35 

Hough, Walter 119 

House, Jesse F 52 

House, Roscoe 88 

Householder, Maj. Eugene R. 41 

Houston, II. I - 89 

Houston, Joseph S 100 

Hovde, Martin R 63 

Hoverson, C. T.... 107 

Howard, Burton J 74 

Howard, G. B.... 98 

Howard, George C_ 85 

Howard, Lt. Col. John H 38 

Howard, Leland O... 75 

Howard, Lewis B 17 

Howard, Maj. Stuart .-V 28 

Howard, William K 67 

Howbcrt, Frank W 14 

Howe, Harland B.-. 139 

Howe, Henry C 63 

Howe, Walter E 68 

Howell, L. S 97 

Howell, Maj. R. P 31 

Howell, Spencer P 92 

Howell, Thomas J 43 

Howell, Col. Willey 28 

Howell, William B 20 

Howes, Samuel H 93 

Howland, C. H 124 

Howze, Maj. Gen. Robert L. 39 

Hoxie, D. A 26 

Hoyo, George A 53 

Hoyt, Ira F 12 

Hovt, John C -. 55 

Hovt, Capt. Percy G... 30 

Hovt, R. C.__ _ 135 

Hubbard, Charles H 88 

Hubbard, Harry S 138 

Hubbard, Henry D 86 

Huber, E.E_._ 26 

Huddle, J. Klahr 12 

Hudelson, Charles H 107 

Hudlow, T. A 124 



Hudson, H. H - 101 

Hudson, Millard F 104 

Hudson, R. M 80 

Huffman, Pleasant J. jr 65 

Hughes, Albert N.... 67 

Hughes, Fred J 79 

Hukriede, Theodore W 135 

Ilulbert, Lyman S 83 

Hull, Daniel R 57 

Hull, Harry E 93 

Hull, Maj. Gen. John A 29 

Hull, William C ■.... lU 

Hume, Lida M 51 

Hummer, Harry R 52 

Humphrey, Harold J 75 

Humphrey, Joseph W 73 

Humphrey, William E.. 104,125 

Humphreys, Robert W 19 

Humphreys, William J .. 62 

Hunnewell, Lt. Comdr. F.A. 22 

llunsaker, Walter S 51 

Hunt, Charles W 104 

Hunt, Conway B 121 

Hunt, William H 130 

Hunter, Gerald M 72 

Hunter, John G._ 52 

Hunter, O. F 90 

Hunter, Walter D... 76,82 

Huntley, Clyde G 15 

Huntley, Robert 58 

Hurley, Edward N 105 

Hurley, J. R 24 

Hurley, Julien A 131 

Hurst, B. Price 59 

Hurtt, Leon C 71 

Husar, Leonard G._ 141 

Husband, W. W.. 93 

Huse, Edward A 6 

Huston. Richard W 138 

Hutcheson, Joseph C, jr 139 

Hutchinson, Ernest P 17 

Hutchison, Rear Adra. Ben- 
jamin F 47 

Hutchison, Harvey M 36 

Hutton, Andrew 72 

Hutton, Lt. Col. Paul C 30 

Huvke, Juan B 36 

Hyatt, L. T 139 

Hyde, Jeannette A 19 

Hvde, Roger D__ 68 

Hynes, John H 86 

I 
Ide, G. R 91 

Ide, JohnJ 114 

Ijams, George E 106 

Imes, Marion 69 

Imlav, William M 103 

Imler, Fern A.._ 69 

Inbody, E. F 112 

Inch, Robert A 136 

Ing, John C 51 

Ingraham, Harry C 67 

Ireland, Maj. Gen. Merritte 

W 30 

Irey , Elmer L 14 

Irons, George T 66 

Irwin, Emma M 59 

Irwin, Fairfax 23 

Irwin, Brig. Gen. George LeR. 28 

Irwin, John F 73 

Ise, Walter J 60 

Ivins, J. S. Y 105 

J 

Jackson, Brownlow 136 

Jackson, Carlton 85 

Jackson, Hartley H. T 76 

Jackson, Howard C 69 

Jackson, Lawrence W 59 

Jackson, Martin L 58 

Jackson, O. D 18 

Jackson, Capt. Orville 29 

Jackson, Oscar W 20 

Jackson, RovE 68 

Jackson, Col. Thomas H... 32,40 

Jacobs, F. C 131 

Jacobs, Comdr. W. F._ 101 

Jacobs, Capt. W. V. E 22 



Jacobson, Julius H 79 

Jaeckel, Herman 50 

Jamerson, Col. George H 28 

James, A. E 105 

James, A. P , 106 

James, Edwin W 78 

James, George R 103 

James, Lawrence W 86 

James, Samuel H 107 

James, William P 131 

Jameson, George M 20 

Jamieson, George S 74 

Jamison, Thomas H 50 

Janes, Lionel L 80 

Janetzke, John A., jr 20 

Janssen, Hermann 109 

Janus, Stephen 52 

Jarboe, C.G 90 

Jarboe, James H 63 

Jardine, WiUiam M 60, 

102,108,115,117 

Jarnagin, R. L 107 

JefTers, L. IM 83 

Jefferson, Frank J. _.. 71 

Jeffrey, Archibald C 16 

Jelen, Frank 66 

Jenison, Joseph S 66 

Jenkins, George L 58 

Jenkins, J. C 97 

Jenks, Lt. Col. Glen F 34,39 

Jenks, Col. Isaac 38 

Jennings, E. II_ HI 

Jennings, William E 66 

Jensen, Leslie 15 

Jensen, Thomas D 78 

Jentof t, Frederick E 66 

Jermark, Ernest W 63 

Jermin, Frank __.. 63 

Josseph, Lewis C 106 

Jewell, F. M .. 20 

Jewett, Lt. Col. Henry C. 32,40 

Jewett, Stanley G_. 77 

Johannes, Guy 101 

Johns, Charles A . _ 36 

Johnson, Albert W 137 

Johnson, Capt. Alfred W 46 

Johnson, Charles F 129 

Johnson, E. Finley... 36 

Johnson, Elmer. 79 

Johnson, F. E 20 

Johnson, Frank M 50 

Johnson, Harley N 63 

Johnson, Hosmer M 122 

Johnson, J. Sam 139 

Johnson. J. T.. 91 

Johnson, Col. Jacob C 41 

Johnson, John B 66 

Johnson, Col. John O.. 116 

Johnson, John P.. 93 

Johnson. Junius W. 79 

Johnson, Livingstons 120 

Johnson, Louis A... 43 

Johnson, Nelson T... 12 

Johnson. Otis B._ 104 

Johnson, R.M 98 

Johnson, R.'ad 107 

Johnson, Thomas F 17 

Johnson, Tillman D.. 139 

Johnson, Zeke 68 

Johnston, Augusta F 78 

Johnston, Carl .\ 67 

Johnston, James.. 65 

Johnston, Joe P .43 

Johnston, Peter G 51 

Johnston, Lt. Comdr. R. H.. 113 

Johnston, Capt Thomas J... 37 

Jones, B. E 55 

Jones, Charles D 51, 131 

Jones, Chester L 85 

Jones, Maj. Clifford 28 

Jones, Dnvid B.._ 75 

Jones, Edward E 21 

Jones Edward P.. 63 

Jones, Francis I. 95 

Jones, Frederick.. 95 

Jones. E. Lester 88,110 

Jones, Orosvenor M 85 

Jones, Harold C 97 

Jones, Harris A... 63 



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Jones, J. Walter 14 

Jonos, James 63 

Jones, James E.. - 18 

Jones, John C... 33 

Jones, John F --- 15 

Jonos, Kenneth B 124 

Jonns, Lake__ 132 

Jones, Paul 137 

Joues, I{ichardT._ 95 

Jones, Col. Samuel Q 40 

Jones, Thomas E 59 

Jones, Thomas J "3 

Jones, Lt. Col. Walter C 29 

Jones, WesIevL-- 109,125 

Jones, Willard F. 17 

Jordan, Chester E 73 

Jordan, Frank L 100 

Jordan, R. D. -.- 100 

Jordan, Richard C 54 

Jorgenson, Carl O 16 

Joseph, Thomas I 92 

Joss, Jesse W _ 69 

Jovci'. Patrick 117 

Joves. lirig. C.en. J. W 32 

Ju<lkins, Walter D 107 

Julihm, Cnrl E 91 

Jump, W. Ashhy 60 

Justice, Alouzo A 63 

Justice, Clarence M 17 

Justin, Miner M 80 

Juve, Oscar A --- 103 

K 

Kadel, Benjamin C 62 

Kagev, Joseph N 54 

Kahn, Bert --- 20 

Kalhach, Lewis A 54 

Kalloch, P. C 23 

Kane, First Lt. C. P -.-. 35 

Kane, John A 121 

Kappes, William P 133 

Kariger, F 101 

Karrer, Sebastian 83 

Karsner, John W 104 

Karstens, Henry P 57 

Kartchner, Kenner C 72 

Katz, Frank J 91 

Kaufman, Elmer E 80 

Kaufman, Isaac H _. 68 

Kay, Oustave A -- 66 

Kean, Thomas J 66 

Kear, Paul W 139 

Kearney, George 42 

Kearney, Thomas H 69 

Keating, J. F.. 98 

Kebler, Lyman F 75 

Keefer, Col. Frank R 38 

Keeley, JohnD 53 

Keene, Wilson B... 97,99 

Kees, Arthur Franklin 139 

Keesecker, A. G 87 

Keim, Alfred H 43 

Keliher, James C 123 

Kell, Lt. Claude O __.. 101 

Kellerman, Karl F 69, 70 

Kelley. Evan W 74 

Kellev, Ralphs 51 

Kelley, Robert F 12 

Kellev, William T 104 

Kellogg, Frank B 12, 10.5, 116 

Kellogg, G. Fred... 81 

Kellogg, Vernon. 125 

Kellond.Lt. Col. Frederic G. 28 

Kelly, Ernest 69 

Kellv, James S 67 

Kellv, John.. 23 

Kellv, Michael J 21 

Kellv, First Lt. Oakley G... 35 

Kelly, Walter E 43 

Kelly, Col. William, jr 40 

Kelsey, Harlan P 59 

Kelsey, Jay V 77 

Kemery, Wra. E 17 

Kemmerieh, Joseph 87 

Kemper, John M., jr 69 

Kempf, G. A 24 

Kenake, Louis T 141 

Kendall, James L 63 

Kendall, Ralph T 34 

Kendrick. Lt. Col. William J. 38 



Kennamer, Charles B.. 130 

Kennamer, Franklin E 137 

Kennamer, Thomas J 130 

Kennedy, Edward D... 67 

Kennedy, Col. James M 30 

Kennedy, Thomas Blake 140 

Kent, Fred L 80 

Kenvon. First Lt. Horace 

S.,jr 35 

Kenvon, William S 130 

Kcrfoot, Margarets 22 

Kern, Walter E 121 

Kerr, Charles L. E 66 

Kerr, H. T 32 

Kerr, J. W 23 

Kerr. Miller J 82 

Kerrigan, Frank H 131 

Kershner, Hugh C... 66 

Kervin, William H 6 

Kerwin, Hugh L 93 

Kessinger, W. L 36 

Ketcham, Charles A 47 

Ketchum, Frank D- _ 67 

Keville, William J 134 

Keves, Joseph 77 

Keys, William R 43 

Kevser, Elgie M 63 

Kidder, Arthur D 50,118 

Kiefer, Walter A 94 

Kielil, Maj. P. J. R 34 

Kieley, John .. 13 

Kiernan, John A 65 

Kiernan, John F 17 

Kiesselbach, Wilhelm 109 

Kilbourne, Col. Charles E... 28 

Kile, Sherman C... 107 

Kilgour, George S... 106 

Killits; John M 137 

Kilman, L. N 94 

Kilner, Maj. W. G 34 

Kimball, Arthur R 7 

Kimball, Ephraim G 122 

Kimball, George W.__ 72 

Kimball, Col. Gordon N 40 

Kimball, Herbert II 62 

Kimball, Comdr. Lucien F.. 46 

Kincer, Joseph B 62 

King, Brig. Gen. Campbell.. 27 

King, Col. David M 34 

King, Brig. Gen. Edward L_ 28,41 

King, Maj. Edward P., jr 28 

King, Harold D 87 

King, Inslee C 138 

King, J. M- 101 

King, Louis 74 

King, M. R... 25 

King, Nelson M 16 

King, Norman L 51 

King, Rex 72 

King, Samuel A 66 

King, W. W 24 

King, Warren R. 55 

King, William V 102 

Kingsbury, Joseph J 106 

Kingsbury, Walter. 80 

Kinnan, William A 89 

Kinney, J. P 52 

Kinnison, H. B_._ 55 

Kin.sler, James C._ 135 

Kirk, Alexander C 12 

Kirk, Paul H 80 

Kirk, Thomi\s V 93 

Kirkpatrick, George D. D... 50 

Kirkpatrick, R. Z.. 101 

Kirksey, Robert 1.38 

Kishuk, Max., jr 82 

Kitch, James B 53 

Kitchen, Clarence W 79 

Kitzhofer, Joseph H 66 

Kizer, Donald F_ 139 

Klath, Thormod O 86 

Kleiber, Frank M 16 

Klein, Charles A 69 

Klein, Julius 84 

Klein, Louis F 100 

KUne, A. t. 97 

Kloeber, Rovall O 14 

Klotz, R. G - 121 

Klotz, W. C 115 



Knappen, Loyal E 130 

Knauss, Comdr. Harrison E. 47 

Kneale, Albert H.. .63 

Kneeland, llildegarde 81 

Kneipp, Leon F 71 

Knight, C. P 24,101 

Knight, Howard L 61 

Knittle, George C 37 

Knowles, Louis 77 

Knowlton, John F 134 

Knox, Arthur R 16 

Kno.x, Capt. Dudley W 45 

Kno.x, Frank 59 

Knox. James H 44 

Knox, John Clark 136 

Koch, Edward W. 84 

Koch, Egmont Eugene. 130 

Koch, Frederick L .^ 103 

Koen, Henry R Z... 74 

Koenig, Capt. Egmont F 39 

Koenig, Paul L 80 

Koenig, First Lt. Theodore J. 35 

Kolb, Lawrence 24 

Kolster, C. C 89 

Korn. William A 24 

Korner, J. Gilmer, jr 105 

Koykendall, M. A 94 

Kracke, Frederick J. H 20 

Kraebcl, Charles J... 57 

Kraker, Florence E 94 

Kram, Charles A 14 

Kramer, Stephen E 122 

Kramer, William P.. 74 

Krantz, Earl B 67 

Kratz, J. A 108 

Kreutzer, George C 56 

Kreutzer, WiUiam R... 72 

Kromer, Wilson H 101 

Krueger, Theodore 72 

Kruhsh, E 24 

Kubach, WiUiam F 56 

Kubel, S. J 54 

Kuentz, Maj. Oscar O 32 

Kuhns, John C, jr 73 

Kumber, Benjamin W 111 

Kunna, Joseph J 93 

Kuntz, Emile 19 

Kurtz, George W 17 

Kutz, Col. C. W 32 

Kutz, Maj. Harry R. 38 

L 

Laben, George J 52 

Labit, Frank C_.. 16 

La Boiteaux, E. M 84 

Lackland, Maj. Frank D 35 

Lacy, Lane 46 

Lacy, Mary G ._ 79 

Ladson, Thomas A 68 

Ladue, Col. William B 31,38 

Lahm, Lt. Col. Frank P 40 

Lake, G. C 25 

Lakin, Edgar Morton. 140 

Lamb, W. A 55 

Lambdin, Lt. Col. W. McK. 29 

La Moure, Judson, jr 19 

Lamprey, Howard A 60 

Lanagan, Mai. William H. 31,40 

Lanahan, William F 123 

Land, Capt. Emory S 46,114 

Landers, E 89 

Landes, Elmer S 21 

Landick, George, jr 44 

Landis, Dennis S 63 

Landis, Harry R 93 

Landon, Cedric R 77 

Lane, C. H £4 

Lane, C.H. 89 

Lane, C.H.. - 108 

Lane, Mortimer B 84 

Lane, Brig. Gen. Rufus H... 47 

Langenberg, F, C 34 

Langley, Samuel S 131 

Langworthv, James N.. 72 

Lanham, Clifford... 121 

Lanham, Paul. 121 

Lanphier, Edward S 88 

Lanphier, Maj. Thomas G... 35 
Lansdale, A. L 97 



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Lansdon, W. C 105 

Lapham, Macy H 75 

Lnrcombe, Banjamin F 62 

Largy, Charles B 16 

Larsen, Adolph 58 

Larsen, Ootfred 33 

Larson, C. F 100 

Larson, Carl W ; 69 

Larson, Edwin G 63 

Larson, Peter M 51 

La Rue, E. C 56 

La Salle, Jessie 122 

Lasche, Percival Q 107 

Lassiter, Maj. Gen. William. 41 

Lathe, F. M 89 

Lathrop, William T 63 

Latimer, Louise P 121 

Latta, M.-C 11 

Laurent, Jcmn C 60 

Lavinder, C. H 24 

Lawrence, Charles D 42 

Lawrence, R. L 26 

Laws, Capt. George W 49 

Lawshe, H. D 52 

Lawson, Lawrence M. 56 

Lawton, E. E 98 

Lawton, Col. Frank H 29 

Layne, William R 52 

L.ythe, Leo L 77 

Layton, Oran 25 

Lea, First Lt. Royal B 31 

Leacli.GlenC 87 

Leahy Capt. Wilham D. . 45 

Leake, T. P 24 

Leary, John B. R 82 

Leaver, Edmund S 92 

Lebredo, Mario G 125 

Lee, Franl^ 137 

Lee, Lasley 55 

Lee, William Burch 134 

Leech, Adelb.Tt W 53 

Lees, Fred.. 60 

Leese, M. A... 124 

Le Fevre, Robeit 26,113 

Lehmann, Henry C 27 

Leighou, John V 72 

Lejeune, Maj. Gen John A.. 47 

Lemon, Maj. Georgo F 34 

Lenroot, Katherine F 94 

Leonard, F. Morton 103 

Leonard, J. J 95 

Leophart, Samuel J 138 

J.vetts, Ira Lloyd 42 

Leutze, Capt. T. W 40 

Leverkuehn, Paul 109 

Leverton, W. R 107 

Lewers, A. M 90 

Lewis, A. T. 30 

Lewis, Albert 14 

Lewis, Cecil C 15 

Lewis, Maj. Gen. Edward M \0 

Lewis, Ernest I 1,6 

Lewis, George W 114 

Lewis, Maj. Henry B_ 37 

Lewis, Joseph H 34 

Lewis, Lillian M 95 

Lewis, Marcus W 30 

Lewis, Nolan D. C 58 

Lewis, Robert E 130 

Lewis, S. J 33 

Lewis, Saunders, jr 129 

Lewis, Walter K 68 

Lewis, Washington B 57 

Libbey, E. W. 84 

Libbey, Comdr. Miles A.. 46,116 

Licking, Lewis A 66 

Liddell, T. J 25 

Lieser, Irvin M 102,132 

Light, Frank P 51 

Light, William A 53 

Lightfoot, J. H 90 

Lillard, R. Q 138 

Lillie, R. D.... 25 

Lincoln, F. B 23 

Lincoln, Lt. Col. Francis H.. 40 
Lincoln, Capt. Gatewood S.. 45 

Lind, Fred._ 28 

Lind, Samuel C 83 

Liudgren, Gustave S 64 



Lindhe, J. R 89 

Lindland, Julius C 43 

Lindlev, Robert T 64 

Lindley, Walter C 133 

Lindsay, Alexander, jr 132 

Lindsey, Claude 30 

Linebaugh, Samuel W 77 

Lines, D. Arthur 15 

Ling, Charles S 64 

Ling, Charles W 64 

Linney, Charles E 64 

Linney, Frank A 136 

Linsley, Julius G 64 

Linson, J. H 25 

Lintner, John J 68 

Linton, Fred B 74 

Linville, G. P 133 

Lippincott, C. A 23 

Lippman, Frederick.. 16 

Lipps, Oscar H.. 52 

Lissncr, Meyer 97 

Littlefleld, O. A 23 

Littleton, Benjamin H 105 

Livengood, Charles A 86 

Livingston, Manford R 116 

Lloyd, Bohvar J 23,125 

Lloyd, William A 61 

Loafman, Melvin R 13 

Lobdell, James S 48 

Lockwood, John E 64 

Lockwood, W. M 96 

Loeffler, F. A 90 

Lofberg, G. B 23 

Logan, William F 83 

Lohman, Maj. Eugene A 35 

Lehman, Harry R 122 

Lohmiller, Charles B 53 

Loisel, Victor 134 

Lollar, Ernest E 69 

Lombard, M. S 25 

Lomen, G. J_ 131 

Long, Albert.. 66 

Long, Clark R 22 

Long, Howard H 122 

Long, J. D.. 24, 125 

Longanecker, Maj. Ira 37 

Longfellow, Henry W 106 

Longlev, Charles L 21 

Lord, Charles P. M 122 

Lord, Frank A 97 

Lord, Herbert M 14 

Lorenz, Ma.x O 96 

Loring. Lt. Col, Charles 40 

Losh, Albert R 78 

Lott, Col. Abraham G 40 

Loughlin, G. F 55 

Lounsbury, Fred H 58 

Love, Maj. Albert Q 30 

Love, George W 93 

Love, W. D 105 

Lovejoy, Harvey 44 

Lovejoy, James E 65 

Loveland, George A 64 

Lovell, William S 130 

Lovenskiold, Fred S 53 

Loving, Hamilton 1 70 

Jvowell, James Arnold 134 

Lowell, John W. 71 

Lower, Henry E 7 

Lowry, Gaillard T 98 

Lowrv, Ralph 56 

Lucas, C.E.. 59 

Lucas, Robert H.. 15 

Luckcv, John J 101 

Lufkin, Willfred W 19 

Luhring. Oscar R 42 

Lukesh, Lt. Col. Gustave R. 32 

Lull, Maj. Charles E. T 38 

Lumsden, L. L 24 

Lundberg, Kmma O 94 

Lundquist, Ruben A 85 

Lusby, Jackson C 109 

Luse, Claude Z 140 

Luse, Horatio D 107 

Lyle, Roy C 18 

Lyman, Maj. A K. B 31,88 

Lynch, John E 34 

Lynde, George P 104 

Lynwalter, D. G 53 



Lyon, Charles E 86 

Lyon, Dorsey A.. 91 

Lyon, Maj. James W 36 

Lyons, George W 73 

Lytel, James L 56 

Lytic, James G 15 

Lytle, W. M 88 

M 

McAdams, Lt. Col. John P. 36 

McAtee, Waldo L 76 

McAulilTe, Francis B.._ 82 

McAulifle, Joseph P 64 

McAuliffe, Maurice J 111 

McBride, Archibald ... 67 

McBride, Frank F- ... 44 

McBride, John C 19 

McBride, Capt. L. B 46 

McCain, Arthur C 73 

McCamant, Wallace . 130 

McCampbell, Andrew W... 18 

McCandless, John B.. 93 

McCandliss, Donald A 80 

McCarl, J. R. 112 

McCarthy, B. Florens. 81 

McCaskey, Lt. Col. Douglas. 27 

McCaskill, Alexander L 19 

McCaslin, Bert L 66 

McCaughn, Blakelv D. 15 

McCaulev, Harry T 17 

McCaw, Brig. Gen. WalterD. 30 
McCawley, Brig. Gen. 

Charles L 47 

McChord, Charles C 96 

McChord, Maj. William C. 35 

McClain, Jamesie E 58 

McClain, John H 69 

McClaughry, Charles C 123 

McCle.llam, Leslie N 56 

McClelland, Charles P. 20 

McClintic, George W 140 

McClure, Comdr. Harry A.. 48 

McClure, Herbert J- 42 

McClure, James E 133 

McClure, W. V 137 

McClurg, RoyJ 64 

McComb, David E 121 

McComb, J. Baldwin 107 

McConnell, William K 66 

McConville, Arthur H 60 

McCord, Alan R 51 

McCord, J. L. V 54 

McCord, Sophie.. 20 

McCormick, James 118 

McCormick, Paul J 131 

McCormick, Thomas F 53 

McCoy, George W 24 

McCoy, Horace L 106 

McCov, Joseph S 13 

McCoy, Walter I 141 

McCrory, Samuel H 78 

McCuen, James H 48 

McCuen, Robert W 15 

McCulloch, Charles N 56 

McCumbcr, P.J 110 

McDaniel, C. H.... 100 

McDill, JohnR 107 

McDonald, Maj. Charles H.. 39 

McDonald, J. C 100 

McDonald, James 68 

McDonald, John 33 

McDonald, Rear Adm. John 

D 48 

McDonald, William A 68 

McDonald, William H 81 

McDonald, William J 74 

McDonnell, Curtis C 74 

McDonnell, J. A 35 

McDonough, Patrick... 64 

McDowell. Henry C 139 

McDowell, Malcolm 59 

McElroy, George E... 92 

MeEvoy, George A 48 

McEvoy, Thomas J 106 

McFadden, James G 27 

McFall, Clifford R 131 

McFarland, Earl C 19 

McFarland, Malcolm V 98 

McFaul, William D 107 



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McQann, Bernard F.. 47 

McGee, Willford J 75 

McOee, William J 50 

McOeogh, P^dward J.- 48 

McGinley, Nelson D _. 51 

McGinn, Edward A_ 107 

McGinness, Arthur R 56 

McGinty, George B 96 

McGlashan, H. D 55 

McGonegal, Alfred R 121 

McGovern, Eugene. 14 

jMcGrath, Edward.. 44 

McGregor, James C. 138 

McGregor, James H 53 

McGroartv, Charles N 13 

McGulYev, Margaret D 7 

McHale, P. B 100 

McHarg, Charles K., jr 71 

McHugh, William O 67 

Mcllvain, W. Frank 57 

Mcllvaine, C. A 101 

Mcintosh, C. F 108 

Mcintosh, Harry A- 16 

Mcintosh, Joseph W 13 

Mclntyre, Maj. Qen. Frank. 36 

McKaig, Thomas B 20 

McKav, Capt. George iV 46 

McKay, J. Gordon. 78 

McKean, Edward E 52 

McKee, First Lt. Frank M.. 31 

McKenzie, Alex 120 

McKenzie, Claude W 72 

McKeon, F.H 24 

McKeon, Thomas F 84 

McKimmie, Simon. 120 

McKinley, Frank J 52 

McKinley, Col. James F 39 

McKinnon, Lt. Co!. John A. 30 

McKnight, George W 51 

McKnight, Halsev B 10 

McKune, Emery F 80 

McLane, A. V.. ...- 138 

McLaughlin, A. A 102 

McLaughlin, A. J... 24 

McLaughlin, J. B._ 19 

McLaughlin, John P -__ 14 

McLaughlin, Walter W 79 

McLean, Capt. Ridley 45 

McLeod, Collin J 17 

McLeod, George 132 

McLeod, George E 86 

McMahon, Capt. Fred. A... 33 

McMahon, John P 123 

McMahon, Richard Ran- 
dolph 42 

McManamy, Frank. ._- 96 

McMenimem, W. L 96 

MclMillan, Lt. Comdr. C. C. 22 

McMillen, Robert N 104 

ATcMillin, Frank E 44 

McMuUen, John... 24 

McMurtry, John Hunt 17 

McNabb, Charles E 103 

McNabb, Samuel W.... 131 

McNeelv, John H 50 

McNeely, Lee 133 

McNeely, Capt. Robert W.. 46 

McNeiUv, Emmett E 53 

McXeir, William 12 

MePherson, Wilbur 08 

McQueen, Alexander 73 

McQueeney, Hugh P 122 

McQuigg. Henrv J. 53 

McQuillan, Hugh 18 

McRae, Maj. Gen. James H. 40 
McReynolds, James Clark... 129 

McRevnolds. W. D 133 

McRevnolds, William H 112 

McW"illiam, Janet 122 

MacArthur, Maj. Gen. 

Douelas 38 

Macarthur, W 89 

MacCabe. .Tohn M. J 18 

Macdonald, George H 123 

MacDonald, Thomas H 78 

Macdonald, William J 89 

MacDougall, Rear Adm. W. 

D 47 

Macduff, Nelson F _ 73 



Mace, Benjamin II 73 

Mace, Brice M., jr 86 

M ace, W ill iam M 73 

Macgowan, Harold P.. 68 

MacGregor, C 99 

MacGregor, Q. Fenandez 110 

Mack, Charles B 72 

Mack, Julian W. 130 

MacKcnzie, H. Bentley 86 

MacLaft'erty, James H 84 

MacLakc, William 115 

MacLean, Henry G 85 

MacLeod, Donald B 14 

MacMillan, M. B 106 

Macnab, Col. Alexander J. _. 28 

MacNab, J. F.... 90 

MacNider, Hanford 27 

Macv, George W 16 

Madden, Arthur P. 18 

Maddox, Robert D 107 

Madigan, John J 54 

Madigan, Thomas H 98 

Madison, Charles C 135 

Madsen, Jens 67 

Maessen, O 101 

Magalhaas, Raul Almeida... 125 

Magrath, Charles A. 110 

Magruder, George M 23 

Magruder, Leonard 21 

Magruder, W. B 91 

Mahaffie, Charles D 96 

Mahafty, Henry C, jr 132 

Mahoney, J. F 25 

Mahonev, Louis J 86 

Mains, Guy B... 72 

Malcolm, George A. 36 

Maling, Walter B... 131 

Mallaheu, Thomas G 43 

Mallory, George L 131 

Malone, A. G 98 

Malsbury, O. E 101 

Manchester, Comdr. John D . 46 

Mangum, James E 108 

Manly, Col. Clarence J 39 

Mann, Frank T 53 

Mann, Walter G 72 

Mann, William M 119 

Manning, Caroline. 95 

Manning, H.M 24 

Manning, Joseph A 19 

Mansfield, George R 55 

Mansfield, William R 94 

Manton, Martin T... 129 

Marble, Harmon P .53 

Marbut, Curtis F 75 

Markey, D. John 108 

Markham, C. O 91 

Markham, Col. E. M 32 

Marks, Samuel H 13 

Marlatt, Charles L 75,82 

Maries, William J 43 

Marlin, William L.. 106 

Marquette, John J 105 

Marquis, J. Clyde 79 

Marschalk, William, A., jr... 52 

Marsh , Clarence T.N 66 

Marsh, Edward T 69 

Marsh, Frederick W 132 

Marsh, George H 137 

Marsh, Seward H 74 

Marshall, E.R 24 

Marshall, George E 72 

Marshall, Henry 67 

Marshall, John 42 

Marshall, John T 52 

Marshall, O. K 115 

Marshall, William H 93 

Marstella, John P 17 

Marsters, Elias 18 

Martel, Charles 7 

Martin, A. W 100 

Martin, Annie H 21 

Martin, G.H 102 

Martin, George E 71 

Martin, George E 141 

Martin, Guv H 132 

Martin, Harold H 109 

Martin, Lawrence.. 7.118 

Martin, Leo C 13 



Martin, Max 109 

Martin, Oscar B 61 

Martin, Robert B 110 

Martins, Alfred F 66 

Martyn, John W 27 

Marvin, Charles F 62,114 

Marvin, Thomas O 103 

Mason, Maj. Charles W 39 

Mason, G.B-. 20 

Masterson, D. S 23 

Masterson, L. C 139 

Mather, Stephen T. 56, 118 

Mathewson, H. S 23 

Mathewson, Jewett R 83 

Mathias, Thomas F 61 

Mathues, W. Frank...; 137 

Matson, Charles W 89 

Matthews, (diaries E 44 

Matthews, Ellen N.._ 94 

Matthews, John, jr 84 

Mattingly, Robert E 123 

Mattoon, IMerwin A 74 

Mattsson, Carl A.. 73 

Mau, Haveth E... 137 

Mauck, George A 131 

Maule, William M 73 

Maurer, W. A 137 

Maxam, Oliver M 22 

Maxcy, K. F.._ 25 

Maxwell, William D 64 

May, Daniel W 61 

May, Edgar H 46 

May, John B., jr 4C 

May, John L 21 

May, Richard A 86 

Maybach, Lt. Col. Alfred A. 2S 

Mayer, Carl J 86 

Mayhew, CD 31 

Mays, Walter P 17 

Mays, William O 18 

Mead, Elwood 56 

Mead, T. L., jr 89 

Meadors, Willis H 65 

Mealy, Victor H 17 

Mecom, Philip H 134 

Medary, Milton B., jr 117 

Medding, First Lt. Walter 

L 31 37 

MeeiianVc harfe's" V ^ '"""".'.'. . 123 

Meek, Edward R 139 

Meekins, Isaac M 136 

Meekins, Lvnn W 86 

Megill, Lt. Ool. Sebring C. 38 

Mehaffey, Maj. J. C 117,118 

Meiling, Harry F.. 16 

Meinzer, O . E 

Melbv, First Lt. Elizabeth 

A 30,124 

Melcher, H. K 14 

Melin, Capt. Reynold F 33 

Mellon, Andrew W 13, 

105,109,116,117 

Meloy, Francis E 113 

Mendenhall, Walter C 55 

Menger, Capt. Cornelius H.. 33 
Menges, Lt. Col. William H.. 41 

Meno, Frederick J 89 

Menoher, Maj. Gen. Charles 

T 40 

Menzies, John W 134 

Merchant, Gerald 64 

Mercker, Albert E 80 

Meredith, Claude T 16 

Meredith, Linus P 133 

Meredith, Maj. Owen R 41 

Meritt, Edgar B 52 

Merrill, Charles S 51 

Merrill, George P.... 119 

Merrill, Melvin C. 61 

Merrill, O. C 102 

Merrill, Col. Thomas E 39 

Merritt, A. D 90 

Metcalf, Haven 70 

Metzger, George P 16 

Meyer, Balthasar H 96 

Meyer, E. Albert 69 

Meyer, Eugene 104 

Meyer, H. H. B 7 

Meyer, Harvey K 53 



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Meyer, J. D. Ernest 138 

Meyer, Marcus S 87 

Meyer, Col. Oren TJ 38 

Meyer, Philip F. R 67 

Meyers, Robert L 15 

Michael, Jerome 42 

Michel, Carl 25 

Middlebrooks, Thomas E... 18 

Middleton, William G 69 

Middleton, William J 37 

Miles, Raymond T 17 

Miles, Rutherford T 81 

Milks, Harley II 106 

Millen, Charles J 67 

Miller, A. C 103,109 

Miller, Col. Alexander M 41 

Miller, Andrew 137 

Miller, Arthur W 65 

Miller, Bertrand C.-- -- 137 

Miller, Chester 66 

Miller, Col. Claude H 28 

Miller, Douglas P.-- - 86 

Miller, Edgar K .-- 53 

Miller, Edward Q 72 

Miller, Elmer E 54 

Miller, Eric R 64 

Miller, Frank O 66 

MUler, Frank W 83 

Miller, Grant B 43 

Miller, Guy H 78 

Miller, Col. Harvey W 39 

Miller, Joshua 66 

Miller, K. E 25 

Miller, Nathan L 110 

Miller, Newton M 15 

Miller, Peter H 14 

Miller, Ralph C 81 

Miller, Raymond C 86 

Miller, Ross O 64 

Miller, Samuel H 34 

Miller, T. A.. ._ - 98 

Miller, Thomas W 108 

Miller, Virgil C 97 

Miller, Walter L 85 

Milligan, E. J_- 121 

Milliken, Carl E 19 

Milliken, J. B 19 

Mills, James E 37 

Milne, George H... _ 7 

Mindling, George W 64 

Mink, Oscar W 72 

Minnick, S. Percy 62 

Minor, W. W... 99 

Minot, Kendall J 22 

Mires, H. F 14 

Mitchell, Alexander J 64 

Mitchell, F. Edward 101,132 

Mitchell, George F 75 

Mitchell, Col. James B 28 

Mitchell, James C 18 

Mitchell, John B_.. __. 84 

Mitchell, Lester H 56 

Mitchell, Mowatt M 86 

Mitchell, S. Duffield 19 

Mitchell, William A __. 6 

Mitchell, William D 42,125 

Mitscher, Lt. Comdr. Marc 

A 46,114 

Mize, Ralph C 64 

Moerv, Otto E 64 

Moflett, Guy 111,112 

Moflett, Rear Adm. William 

A _. 46,114 

Mohler, John R 65,124 

Mohr, Alfred H... 101 

Moll, Arch G 16 

Moller, Irving C. 120 

Moller, Peter II 52 

Molster, Charles E 84 

Molyneaux, Joseph W 135 

Molyneux, Harold L 64 

Monckton, Frank D 130 

Money, Walter S 132 

Monteath, A. D 95 

Montgomery, Edward G 85 

Montgomery, George 100 

Montgomery, George N 87 

Montgomery, J. A 137 

Montgomery, James H 82 



Montgomery, W. P 125 

Moore, A. A 103 

Moore, A. F 119 

Moore, B. C lOfi 

Moore, Charles 7,117 

Moore, Dunlop 24 

Moore, Edgar W 112 

Moore, G. B 98 

Moore, Col. George D 37 

Moore, Hayden L 19 

Moore, Jesse D _ 136 

Moore, Joseph M 17 

Moore, Josiah A 51 

Moore, M.J 89 

Moore, Noble 102 

Moore, O. T... 94 

Moore, Samuel M., jr 106 

Moore, Wharton 84 

Moorehead, Warran K 59 

Moorhead, Ellwood S 6 

Moorman, Charles U 130 

Moran, W. H 13 

Morgan, Col. Alfred S. 39 

Morgan, Arja 96 

Morgan, E.T.. 91 

Morgan, Edward W... 54 

Morgan, George L 80 

Morgan, Herbert E HI 

Morgan, J. B 20 

Morgan, Lorel N 43 

Morley, Mary... 54 

Morrell, Fred W 71 

Morrill, Chester 104 

Morrill, Roy II 97 

Morris, B. N 90 

Morris, Rear Adm. Charles.. 46 

Morris, Charles M 139 

Morris, Earl H 57 

Morris, Evan L 81 

Morris, Finis D 91 

Morris, George F 136 

Morris, Gideon L 80 

Morris, Hugh M 132 

Morris, Logan 105 

Morris, R. K 101 

Morris, William Herman 16 

Morris, Lt. Col. Willis V 27 

Morrison, Ada B 76 

Morrison, Donald S 100 

Morrison, Hugh A 7 

Morrow, E. P 96 

Morrow, Col. Henry M 38 

Morrow, William W 130 

Morse, George Byron 68 

Morse, Roy L... 140 

Mortimer, Frank H.- 129 

Morton, F.J 100 

Morton, G. L 90 

Morton, Grant J. 75 

Morton, R. C 98 

Mortsolf, Jesse B 53 

Moses, Comdr. C. C 49 

Moses, Roy H 45 

Moss, McKenzie 13 

Mossman, Eugene D .53 

Mossman, P. D 25 

Mote, Sharon R 53 

Motter, Harvey H 15 

Mottesheard, Ira H 140 

Mountin, Joseph W 25 

Mowbray, H. Siddons 117 

Mowrv, Ross W 134 

Moyef, Capt. Charles S 39 

Mover, Lawson A.. 111 

Moyer, First Lt. Max F 35 

Mozee, Benjamin B 54 

Mudd, Thomas B. R 93 

Mueller. Maj. P. J 28 

Mulhearn, Charles E 106 

Mu'Jnn, E. H ?4 

Mullaney, John J 34 

Mummenhoff , Alice 43 

Mundee, Ernest M 15 

Mundell, Robert B.. 43 

Munger, Thomas C 135 

Munger, Thornton T 71 

Munroe, Charles E 91 

Munson, Col. Edward L 40 

Munster, Otto W.... 93 



Munter, Comdr. W. H 22 

Murch, Ben W 122 

Murdoch, James W 68 

Murdock, William G... 18 

Murphy, Charles 34 

Murphv, Frank U 17 

Murphy, H. G 100 

Murphy, John J... 64 

Murphy, John T 51 

Murphy, Capt. William H.. 34 

Murray, Frank E 68 

Murrav, S. E. 139 

Murray, V. B 25 

Musgrave, Mark E-._ 77 

Mushbach, George E.. 77 

Musser, Jennie 19 

Mussman, .\rthur B 130 

Myer, John D 138 

Myers, Fred 64 

Myrick Eldon H. 71 

N 

Naden, George F 51 

Nagel, J. C 100 

Nagel, William N 71 

Nagle, John D 94 

Nagle, JohnL 118 

Nalle, John C 122 

Naret, Joel Q 51 

Nash, C. R -.-. 14 

Nathan, Harold _ 42 

Nauts, Charles H 15 

Naylor, Estill E 120 

Neagle, Pickens 47 

Neal, Carl B 73 

Neal, George E 17 

Neal, James W 51 

Neary, Hugh G 16 

Neblett, Colin 136 

Needham, John T 58 

Neff, Blanche 123 

Neff, L. C 100 

Neifert, William W 64 

Neil, Wesley N 66 

Neill, Mather H 24 

Nelson, Aimer P 76 

Nelson, Edward W 76 

Nelson, Herbert E 81 

Nelson, Nils B 89 

Nelson, Ralph W 51 

Nelson, William 58 

Ness, A. S 95 

Neterer, Jeremiah 140 

Neuner, George 137 

Nevitt, J. R 120 

Nevius, Joseph D 19 

New, Harry S 43 

Newberne, R. E. L 52 

Newby, Robert E 109 

Nevvcomo, William A 12 

Newcomer, Maj. F. K 31 

Newell, Lt. Col. George M.. 39 

Newell, Herbert D 56 

Newman, .\lexander 107 

Newman, Capt. Q. B 22 

Newman, Robert R 66 

Newman, Wilbur L 60 

Newman, William A 22 

Newsom, John F 64 

Newton, Cornelius R 80 

Newton, Frank T 134 

Newton, Harry H 103 

Newton, Howard M 68 

Newton, Comdr. J. H 114 

Newton, Roy L. 81 

Nichol, (iraham 14 

Nichol, Harvey R 44 

Nicholas, Norval P 94 

Nichols, Arthur A 18 

Nichols, Esek S.__ 64 

Nichols, George K 97 

Nichols, L_.. 89 

Nichols, Malcolm K 15 

Nichols, W. W 109 

Nichols William B 66 

Nicholson, M. R .- 21 

Nicholson, Philip W 123 

Nicolson, John. 97 

Nielsen, Fred K 109 



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Nighbert, Erasmus M 69 

Niles, William B. 68 

Nissen, Col. August C 39 

Nixon, Mary S 27 

Noble, A. R.. 19 

Noble, John E. .- 123 

Noel, John C- 15 

Noell, J.C - -. 103 

Nolan, David -- 18 

Nolan, Maj. Oen. Dennis 

E 27,115 

Noli, EmilJ...- - 60 

Norcross, Theodore W .- 71 

Nord, Arthur (t -- 73 

Nordinger, George C 16 

Norquest, Clinton E 64 

Norris, Clarence L 67 

Norris, Martin H -- 49 

Norris, William B 116 

Norsworthv, L. D 32 

North, First Lt. Thomas 108 

Northcott, Elliott 140 

Northrop, J. D 55 

Norton, Augustus P 112 

Norton, Miner O 19 

Norwood, E.R 20 

Notz, William F 104 

Noyes, Arthur P 58 

Noves, G. Harold 04 

Noves, Theodore W 125 

Nugent, John F 104 

Nulton, Rear Adm. Louis M. 47 

Nunn, Roscoe..- 64 

Nusbaum, Jesse L 57 

Nutt, Levi O 18,116 

Nutt, Robert H 66 

Nvdegger, James A 24 

Nye, C.S 98 

Nyhus, PaulO 80 

O 

Oakes, Col. J. C 32 

Oakley, J. H 24 

Oakley, Russell A 70 

Obenohain, Charles A 50 

Oberhn, J.J 91 

O'Brien, George 20 

O'Brien, Honora 58 

O'Brien, L. F 89 

O'Brien, Rav J 133 

O'Brien, Ruth 81 

O'Brien, Thomas A 28 

O'Brien, Thomas W 95 

O'Connell, John 50 

O'Connor, Maj. J. A ..- 32 

O'Connor, James J 135 

O'Connor, T. V 97 

O'Connor, Thomas 123 

Octavio, Rodrigo 110 

O'Dell, Henry A. 33 

Odend'hal, Edward P 107 

Odle, Loson L - 53 

Odom, J.D 101 

Oehmann, John W.. _-. 121 

Offlev, Col. Robert S 38 

Offutt, A.E 58 

Offutt, Armand .- 56 

Oftedal, Alt 18 

Ogden, B. K 100 

Ogle, Charles T 45 

O'Hara, Robert B 22 

O'Hern, Col. Edward P 37 

Ohnhaus, Charles J 140 

Ojeda, Jo.se Hernandez 110 

Oldberg, Charles R -52 

Oldham, Lemuel E 135 

Olds, Robert E 12 

O'Leary, Eugene B 75 

O'Leary, John P... 69 

Olesen, Robert 24 

Oliver, Maj. Lunsford E 102 

Olmsted, Gardner M 107 

Olney, Richard. 105 

Olsen, Charles W 17 

Olsen, Orange A 73 

Olsin, Nels A... 79 

Olson, Edwin A. 133 

Olson, Gunder 15 

O'Malley, Henry 87 



O'Malley, Mary 58 

Oman, Andrew E 77 

Omstead, Maj. Dawson 40 

O'Neill, James F 21 

Onthank, A. Heath 85 

O'Hear Hugh ]Max 69 

O'Heillv, Mary M_ 21 

O'Keillv, Michael J 13 

Ortiz, Pedro N 36 

Orton, Col. E. P _ 30 

Osborn, Aloysius E 64 

Oshorn, E.T 23 

Osborn, William F 66 

Osborne, Algernon A 86 

Osborne, Frances S.. 121 

Ostrand, James. 36 

Otis, Merrill E. _ 135 

O'Toole, John C 82 

O'Toole, Mary... 123 

O'Toole, Richard F _. 85 

Otto, John 57 

Ourand, W. O 91 

Overholtzer, Ralph F 15 

Owen, Elbert A-.. 64 

Owen, Somerset A 12 

Owen, Thomas M 68 

Owens, Millard M 132 

Oxholm, Axe) H 85 

Oyler, Ralph H 18 

P 

Pacetti, Bartola J... 77 

Pack, Alonzo G 96 

Padgett, Ora 53 

Paegelow, Lt. Col. John A.._ 35 

Page, Alfred H 17 

Page, Frank A 15 

Page, George T 130 

Page, Lt. Col. J. Watt 36 

Page, John C 56 

Page, Samuel M 66 

Page, Wilbur J 85 

Pagenhart, E. H 88 

Paget, Wilmer J 7 

Pagter, Lawrence B 73 

Paige, James F 99 

Paige, Sidney 55 

Paine, Alan G 139 

Paine, Charles W 111 

Paine, Howard S 74 

Painter, Clyde R 105 

Paisley, Samuel A 57 

Palmer, Arthur W.._ 79 

Palmer, Charles F 66 

Palmer, Lawrence J 7R 

Palmer, Theodore S 76 

Palmerton, Paul L 85 

Parater, George H... 103 

Parcher, George 24 

Park, Charles A 88 

Park, Charles H 73 

Park, James F 69 

Park, Jesse T 20 

Park, William E 108 

Parker, Chauncey G 97,98 

Parker, Edwin B 109 

Parker. Frank 80 

Parker, Capt. Frank £..__ 30,41 

Parker, G. L 55 

Parker, George A 18 

Parker, George W 139 

Parker, Horace .\ 56 

Parker. First Lt. J. E 35 

Paiker, .John D 28 

Parker, John J 129 

Parker, L. M 96 

Parker, Mildred E 58 

Parker, S. M 19 

Parker, Wesley D 76 

Parker, William E 88 

Parkin, William 129 

Paiks, George X 59 

Parks, Karl E 69 

Parmelee, E. H 101 

Parmelee, L. D 100 

Parmenter, Bertice Marvin.. 42 

Parran, Thomas. 25 

Parrett, Ray R 52 

Parrish, Jay M 16 



Parrott, Jacob L 17 

Parrotl, Col. Ralph B 39 

Parshall, 1. K 135 

Parsons, Lt. Coradr. C. E... 113 

Parsons, Charles F 133 

Parsons, Frank B... 18 

Parsons, Fred B 17 

Parsons, Henry S 7 

Parsons. Capt. M. H 117 

Partridge, Maj. C. E 33 

Partridge, John S 131 

Pasch, Arthur 99 

Patrick, Henry R. 64 

Patrick, Maj. Gen. Mason 

M .34,114 

Patterson, E. O . 135 

Patterson, Edwin W... 124 

Patterson, R. C_ 55 

Patterson, Lt. Col. Robert U. 30 

Patterson, Walter B 122 

Patton, Hugh L 140 

Patton, J. N 98 

Patton, Raymonds 88 

Paul, Arthur E 75 

Paul, L. J 107 

Paull, O. S ._ 14 

Paulsen, C. O _. 55 

Paulson, William L 17 

Paunack, Lt. Comdr. Robert 

R 46 

Pavek, John G 37 

Paxton, Edward C_. 80 

Payne, Charles F 66 

Payne, J . Howard 97 

Payne, John Barton 125 

Peabody, Joseph Winthrop.. 124 

Peairs, Hervey B 52 

Peairs, J. W 33 

Peak, W. L 123 

Pearce, Sidney H 79 

Pearce, Wallace J 72 

Pearsall, Charles M 115 

Pearson, Edwin H 22 

Pearson, Gustaf A 71 

Peat, James R IS 

Peck, Allen S 72 

Peck, Charles T 122 

Peck, Lt. Col. E. C 116 

Peck, M. K 91 

Peck, Rav 72 

Peckhani, Alice _. 138 

Peebles, James E_.._ 86 

Peirce, Charles F 52 

Peirce, Vernon M ^. 78 

Peppers, Donald F-.. 107 

Perez, Atanasio T 49 

Perkins, Carlton L 74 

Perkins, Frederick W 61 

Perley, Clarence W._ 7 

Perry, Antonio M 132 

Perrv, Ernest B 110 

Perry, J.C _. 23 

Pen y, John E 77 

Perry, Leon L _ 122 

Perry, Milton T 67 

Peirv, Reuben 52 

Perry, Roy A 100 

Pershing, Gen. John J 108 

Peters, C 101 

Peters, Emil C 132 

Peters, John A 134 

Peterson, Agnes L 95 

Peterson, Samuel P 04 

Pettijohn, Louis J 21 

Pettis, Maj. Charles R 31,38 

Pettit, Second Lt. Frank .\.. 102 

Pettus, William J 23 

Pettviohn, Joseph. 25 

Phalen, Lt. Col. James M... 30 

Philbin, J. Harrv .. 97,100 

Philbrcok. Edward E_ _. 20 

Phillips, David W... 15 

Phillips, Francis J 93 

PhilHps, Frank M 54 

Phillips, J. F 23 

Philhps, Orie L.... 136 

Phillips, Oscar F... 81 

Phillips, P.J 94 

Phillips, Percy W 105 



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Phillips, Roy A 71 

Pickard, Edward T 85 

Picliens, William M 42 

Pickett, Charles E 132 

Pier, Clarence L 80 

Pierce, Appleton H 108 

Pierce, C. C... 24 

Pierce, C. 11 55 

Pierce, Charles H—. 89 

Pierce, Edward R 123 

Pierce, Harry H 84 

Pierce, P. P 90 

Pierce, Ulysses G. B... 125 

Pierson, Charles O. 34 

Pierson, Joseph W 122 

Pike, Harrington --- 97 

Pilger, Theodore 86 

Pilkington, Robert M 95 

Pillsbury, Lt. Col. G. B 31 

Pinchot, Gidord U7 

Pindell, Lewis M 64 

Pinklev, Frank 57 

Piper, Charles V 70 

Piper, Lon P 17 

Piper, Stanley E 77 

Pistole, Lt. Col. William B.. 29 

Pitman, George W 64 

Pittman, James S 106 

Pitts, Edwin B -- 29 

Pitts, Thomas D_-. 100 

Piatt, Edmund 103 

Plemmons, Caney L 122 

Plumb, Herbert L 73 

Plummer, Edward C 97 

Plunkett, Rear Adm. Charles 

P 47 

Plymale, Charles A. 74 

Poe, Burns 15 

Polk, Marshall T 17 

Pollock, Capt. Edwin T 45 

Pollock, John C 134 

Pollock, Marion E 106 

Pond, Galen C .- 51 

Poole, B. C- 101 

Poole, Charles G 77 

Pooler, Frank C. W 72 

Poore, Maj. Gen. Benjamin A. 39 

Pope, A. L 91 

Pope, Edmond F 77 

Pope, Lt. Col. F. A 31 

Pope, Col. Francis H 39 

Porch, Jesse P 123 

Porter, Henry Q Ill 

Porter, M. E 90 

Porter, R. E 25 

Porter, Thurston R. 141 

Porterfield, E. L 18 

Porterfleld, Capt. L. B 45 

Postle, Stuart A 74 

Pote, Thomas B 67 

Potter, Charles J 135 

Potter, Col. Charles L 32,88 

Potter, Harlow G 67 

Potter, W. 133 

Potts, Noble N - 84 

Potts, Roy C 79 

Pounder, John A 110 

Powell, Henrv A., K. C 110 

Powell, Maj. R. G --.. 31 

Powell, Capt. T. F 30 

Power, Frederick B 75 

Pownall, Lt. Comdr. Charles 

A -.- 45 

Poyet, Anthony.. 34 

Pozzi, Pascal C 97 

Prangnell, A 98 

Prather, D.J. 25 

Pratt, Maj. H. C 114 

Pratt, Henry G 122 

Pratt, Orlo A 82 

Pratt, Rear Adm. William V. 47 

Pray, Charles N 135 

Preble, Paul... 24 

Prentis, Percy L 93 

Pressley, Jackson H 34 

Preston, Capt. Charles F 45 

Preston, Col. John F 39 

Preston, Porter J.. 56 

Price, David J _. 74 



Price, C apt . Henry rf. 49 

Price, J. A 23 

Price, M. O 91 

Price, Thomas M 123 

Price, Maj. X. H. 108 

Prichard, Thomas P 15 

Priest, Ernest L 84 

Priest, Eugene S 17 

Prince, Charles E 82 

Proctor, F. R 20 

Proctor, Robert A 12 

Profflt, S. Green 139 

Pruneda, Alfonso 125 

Prunty, Lt. Col. L. W 36 

Pugh, Arthur W 64 

Puleston, Comdr. William D. 45 

Purcell, Charles H 78 

Purceh, John T 68 

Purdv, Milton Dwight 141 

Purdy, Warren F 98 

Purssell, Ulysses G 64 

Purtill, Edward A 16 

Purton, A. B 55 

Putnam, George R 87 

Putnam, Herbert 7 

Putnam, Maj. Rufus W 31 

Putnam, Wesley W 80 

Pyles, Lt. Col. W. L. 101 

Q 

Quaintance, Altus L 75,76,82 

Quesenberry, J.R 67 

Quezon, Manuel L 36 

Quigley, Margery 121 

Quiglev, Walter F.. 66 

Quinlan, Lt. Col. D. P 113 

Quinn, E. F 13 

Quinn, Patrick E 68 

Quinn, Peter H 79 

R 

Rabbitt, Wade H 7 

Rackstraw, Elsie... _. 103 

Radcliffe, Lewis 87 

Raedy, Michael L 122 

Raffensperger, Hayes B 69 

Raflerty, John T 15 

Rafter, G. S 90 

Ragsdale, W. M 94 

Rague, W.J 99 

Raker, John E 125 

Ralston, OHver C 92 

Ramer, W. A 100 

Ramsay, Gordon A.. 14,113 

Ramsay, Robert A.- 65 

Ramsell, R. R.. 14 

Ramsey, C. A 94 

Ram.sey, James A 51 

Ramsey, Maj. Norman F 33 

Ramus, Carl 24 

Randall, Oscar J .54 

Randolph, E. S 101 

Randolph, John B 27 

Randolph, Mary. 11 

Rands, Ernest P 50 

Range, Ernest L 54 

Rankin, Hugh B 73 

Rankin, R. G. 124 

Ransom, Webster H 77 

Raphael, John 73 

Rapp, Herbert H... 112 

Rarey, Ernest Q 17 

Rasin, .-v. Parks 16 

Rasmussen, H. A 26 

Rasmussen, M. W 23 

Rasmusson, Charles A 15 

Rastall, Charles W 53 

Rastall, Walter H 85 

Ravenol, William de C 119 

Rawdon, Preston G.. 17 

Rawlins, William T 133 

Rawls, Percy S 108 

Ray, F. G 31 

Rnv, Glenn S 80 

Ray, Hovt E 133 

Ray, William G 16 

Raymond, Elizabeth J Ill 

Raymond, Fred M 135 

Raynes, Harry 64 



Rea, First Lt. E. F... 30 

Read, Thomas T 91 

Reagan, Daniel J 86 

Record. Quince 95 

Redding, Sidney B 131 

Redforn, O.R 89 

Redfield, Harry W 75 

Redington. Paul G 73 

Redrow, W. L 90 

Reed, Charles D 64 

Reed, Clyde 46 

Reed, David A 108 

Reed, Edward O 6 

Reed, J. Howard 20 

Reed, L. E_ 95 

Reed, Nicholas F 134 

Reed, Thomas M 131 

Reed, Wendell M.... 52 

Reeder, George 64 

Reese, Lt. Col. Charles E... 29 

Reese, Herbert H 67 

Reese, Robert M 60 

Reeve, John R 55 

Reeves, Albert L. 135 

Reeves, Col. James H 27 

Rpcar, Robert S 44 

Reichard, J. D 25 

Reid, William A 125 

Reidy, JohnB 68 

Reiley, George J.. 51 

Reilly, Martin. 122 

Reinecke, Mabel G 14 

Reinhardt, David J 132 

Reisimer, George 17 

Rellstab, John 136 

Relyea, F. W 98 

Remmcl, Harmon L 14 

Renner, Ernest A 72 

Repp, George E 67 

Rethers. Col. Harry F 40 

Renter, Frederick W 43 

Reutter, Albert H... 20 

Revelle, Thomas P 140 

Reynolds, 14 . Col. Charles R. .30 

Reynolds, E. C 90 

Reynolds, Ellsworth P 94 

Reynolds, Ernest L.. Ill 

Reynolds. Grady 130 

Reynolds, John B 42 

Reynolds, Marshall S 15 

Reynolds, Maj. Stephen C... 29 

Rhees, Benjamin R 18 

Rhinow, Walter F 18 

Rhoades, Lt. Col. Re.x H 30 

Rliodes, Harry W 88 

Rhodes, Comdr. J. B 116 

Rhodes, M. E 112 

Rhodes, Susie Root 122 

Rice, Albert G 75 

Rice, C. E 26 

Rice, George S 91 

Rice, Thomas D... 75 

Rice, William B... 72 

Rice, Maj. William S 30 

Rich, William J 90 

Rich. Willis H 87 

Richards, Brig. Gen. George. 47 

Richards, George M 62 

Richards, Maj. H. H. C 35 

Richards, Maj. Willard K... 33 

Richards, William P 120 

Richardson, Clinton O.. 20 

Richardson, Herbert W 64 

Richardson, Capt. James O.. 45 

Richardson, John F 56 

Richard.son, Lottie R 123 

Richardson. Seth W 137 

Richev, Alve L 72 

Riddell, Walter H 44 

Riddick, George M 77 

Riddiford, Charles 43 

Riddle, Wallace M 73 

Ridley, Maj. C. S 31 

Ridlon, Joseph R 24 

Rigby, Lt. Col. WiUiam C. 41 

Riggs, Samuel 121 

Rigney, Vincent B.. 37 

Rilev, JohnA 64 

Rishel, Albert E 68 



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Rishel, Julia B. 42 

Rislpy, Theodore O.. 42 

Ritchie, Elmer 1^ 131 

Ritchie, John, jr 121 

Rivers, Col. WilUam C 38 

Ron, F. Gonzales 110 

Roahcn, Kenneth F 77 

Roark, Freiterick H 106 

Robb. Arthur 42 

Robb, Charles U 141 

Robbins, llartwell 68 

Robert, Capt, W. P 46 

Roberts, Arthur C --- 44 

Roberts, Col. Charles D 37 

Roberts, Maj. Charles M 38 

Roberts, Eugene C.,jr 18 

Roberts, Frederic L 86 

Roberts, George M 120 

Roberts, James W 19 

Roberts, John M 17 

Roberts, John W 82 

Roberts, Martin A 7 

Roberts, Norman - 24 

Roberts, Orris W 64 

Roberts, Paul H 72 

Roberts, Thomas B., sr 52 

Robertson, Rear Adm. Ash- 
lev H.-_ 48 

Robertson, H. McG 24 

Robertson, Thomas E 89 

Robins, Maj. A W 35 

Robins, Millard V 64 

Robinson, Carl H 80 

Robinson, D. E 24 

Robinson, Franklin J 54 

Robinson, Fred W 34 

Robinson, H. B 14 

Robinson, Henry M 44 

Robinson, Herbert F 52 

Robinson, Howard S 22 

Robinson, Jefferson 66 

Robinson, Comdr. Samuel 

M- - 46 

Robinson, T. Douglas 45 

Rohison, Rear Adm. John K. 46 

Roche, Josephine A 94 

Roche, Thomas F... 22 

Rock, Capt. George H 46 

Rockenbach, Brig. Gen. Sam- 
uel D 41 

Rockwell, Julius E 69 

Roddis, Ezra E... 56 

Rodman, William Robert 138 

Roepke, O. B 91 

Rogers, A 30 

Rogers, Arthur 139 

Rogers, Charles G 17 

Rogers, David N 73 

Rogers, Henry Wade 129 

Rogers, James C. 19 

Rogers, James F 54 

Rogers, John T 82 

Rogers, L. B 107 

Rogers, L. M 26 

Rogers, Leighton W 86 

Rogers, Lore A 69 

Rohwer, .Sievert A 76 

Rolfe, Col. Robert H... 29 

Romero, Secundino 136 

Romualdez, Norberto. 36 

Ronald, A. G 134 

Rooks, John 1.38 

Roome, Henry S.. 22 

Roosa, T. P 12 

Root, Clarence J 64 

Root, Capt. John A 33 

Roper, William F 17 

Rosa, William L 133 

Rose, Edwin J 107 

Rose, Frank H 76 

Rose, John C 129 

Rose, Josiah T 14 

Ro'e, William . 136 

Ross, A. T 99 

Ross, Andrew N 104 

Ross, Homer L... 133 

Ross, Raymond I> 110 

Ross, Col. Tenney 39 

Ross, William H 75 



Rossbottom, T. H 100 

Rothrock, Philip 81 

Rouse, Herbert U 106 

Rousseau, Rear Adm. Harry 

H 118 

Routzahn, Carl F 15 

Rouzor, Horace D 46 

Rowbotham, E. B 106 

Rowe, L. S 109,125 

Rowland, George A 108 

Rowland, John W... 51 

Rowley, Eugene C, sr 12 

Roxas, Manuel 36 

Royce, Maj. Ralph 35 

Rovse, John A 19 

Rucker, Lt. Col. Kyle 29 

Rucker, William C 24 

Ruckman, Webster S 89 

Rude, Gilbert T 88 

Rudkin, Frank H 130 

Rudolph, CunoH 120 

Ruede, George F 17 

Ruggles, Brig. Gen. C.L'H-. 32 

Rumreich, A. S 26 

Runkel, Homer 75 

Runkle, Fred C 115 

Runyon, William N 136 

Rusch, William J 34 

Russell, A. E 26 

Russell, Andrew J 131 

Ra^sell, Charles H 120 

Rus.sell, Clark A 81 

Russell, E. A 33 

Russell, Francis M 60 

Russell, George B 51 

Rustad, Edwaid 135 

Ruth, Adam P 22 

Rutherford, Lt, Col. Henry 

H 39 

RutiedgeVRichaid H 72 

Ryan, James E 71 

Ryan, Keith 115 

Ryder, James F 65 

Ryder, James P 53 

Ryker, JohnN 64 

Ryon, J. B 26 

S 

Saint, H. Y 99 

St. Antoine, H. E... 108 

St. John, Capt. Adrian 38 

St. Sure, Adolphus Frederick. 131 

Saldana, E. J ... 36 

Sale, J. Walter.... 75 

Sallee, Capt. John T 29 

Salmon, David A ... 12 

Saltzman, Maj. Gen. Charles 

McK 34 

Sampson, Ralph E 82 

Sams, William B 53 

Sanborn, John B 135 

Sanborn, Walter H 130 

Sandall, Laurel B i3 

Sandeford, Maj. Alvan C 28 

Sanders, Charles W 97 

Sanders, Ever»tt 11 

Sanders, Hartley I... 28 

Sanders, John E 64 

Sanders, Vergil A... 80 

Sandidge, R.P 25 

Sands, S. R 23 

Sanford, Earl C 72 

Sanford, Edward T 129 

Sanford, George O 56 

Sanford, Joseph W 123 

Sanford, Morgan R 64 

Sanford, William E 122 

Sanger, Alice B. 43 

Sanger, Monie 58 

Sans, Edward R 77 

San Souci, Emery J 19 

Santacruz, Armando., jr 110 

Sargent, C. F 106 

Sargent, John Q 42 

Sasscer, Ernest R 82 

Satterwhite, Eugene W 44 

Saunders, Charles L 19 

Saunders, Lt. Col. Edwin O.. 37 



Saunders, Walter A 36 

Savage, John L 56 

Sawtello, William H 131 

Saxtou, Col. Albert E 28 

Sayers, Hoyd R 25,91 

Sayrs, William D.,jr 16 

Scales, Rear Adm. Archibald 

H 47 

Scammon, John J 16 

Scanlon, Maj. Martin F 35 

Scarr, James H '64 

Schaffle, Karl 106 

Schafl'ter, Edward P 66 

SchefTer, Theo. U 77 

Scherer, Col. Louis C 36 

Schereschewsky, Joseph W.. 24 

Scheucr, George C 137 

Schilling, Harvev M 59 

Schlabach, Comdr. R. P 101 

Schlegel, ('harles 47 

Schley, Maj. J. L 31 

Schlotfeldt, F.J 94 

Schmidt, C. Rowena 81 

Schmidt, Edward H 97,100 

Schmucker, Edwin B 93 

Schneider, Charles E 65 

Schneider, Frederick C 136 

Schneider, Frederick L 68 

Schnurbusch, William J 64 

Schoeller, Jacob D . _ 71 

Schoen, Julian A 42 

Schoeneman, Charles R 13 

Schoeneman, George J 14 

Schommer, John B 106 

Schoonmaker, Frederic P 138 

Schreck, Robert G 72 

Schreiner, E. E_ 13 

Schreiner, Col. Edward R. 30, 40 

Schreiner, Oswald 70 

Schroeder, Ernest C 65 

Schroeder, Sarah F_ 58 

Schroeder, Walter F 67 

Schrom, Charles E 123 

Schuldt, Gus A 123 

Schuler, Martin... 81 

Schull, Col. Herman W 34 

Schultz, Henry 94 

Schultz, Leslie G 80 

Schultz, Col. Theodore. 40 

Schulz, Col Edward H 32 

Schulz, Maj. John W. N 31 

Schurz, William L 85 

Schutz, Harry H 80 

Schwaebe, Lewis H 19 

Schwaner, George W 14 

Schwartz, Louis 24 

Schwartze, Erich W 75 

Schwoob, Harmon Hayward. 51 

Schworm, Stanley S 64 

Scofield, Carl S 70 

Scofield, John C 27 

Scott, EmraettJ_.. 59 

Scott, Col. Ernest D 39 

Scott, Col. Frank A 33 

Scott, George C 133 

Scott, Hugh L... 59 

Scott, Comdr. P. H.... 22 

Scott, T. Hugh 108 

Scott, Walter W 92 

Scott, Capt. William P 45 

Scott, Winfield 54 

Scribner, Sidney C 72 

Scrivener, John G 30 

Scudder, Kenyon J 107 

Srully, L. C 25 

S.nxman, Charles W. 94 

Stirle, William D 27 

Senrs, Harold M 74 

Sears, Julian D... 54 

Sebring, Frank A 123 

Secr.'st, John D . 91 

Seel( V Dewev A 64 

Seelev Henry M. 89 

Seib, Leonard V 123 

Seller, Alfred G_ 120 

Selbmhn, Edward 16 

Selbv, Stephen A 66 

Self.'V. H 14 

Sellers, Kathryn. 123 



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Senn, Rear Adm. Thomas J. 45 

Senseman, Cornelius E 74 

Seran, Harry A 88 

Serrano, Gustavo P 110 

Sessions, Clarence W 135 

Sette, Oscar E 87 

Sewell, John Stephen 33 

Seydel, Maj. Fred. 30 

Seymour, Flora Warren 59 

Seymour, W. P 97 

Shadd, Marion P 122 

Shafer, JohnC 66 

Shaffer, C. II 91 

Shaffer, Lt. F. C 33 

Shaffer, Harry L 67 

Shaffer, Joseph C 139 

Sharnblin, Andrew J 83 

Shanklin, Samuel M 74 

Shantz, Homer L 70 

Shapiro, Israel 7 

Sharp, Byron A _ 52 

Sharpe, Benjamin C 18 

Shaughnessy, Edward J 93 

Shaver, Burdette J 77 

Shaver, Robert M 64 

Shaw, Charles O 106 

Shaw, Col. Frederick B 36 

Shaw, Lt. Col. George C 37 

Shaw, William A 64 

Shea, James F 137 

Shea, John S 16 

Shea, William H 81 

Shear, Cornelius L 70 

Shearer, John J 82 

Shearman, Thomas G 60 

Sheedv, Joseph E 98 

Sheets, Earl W 65 

Sheelz, Ira_ 122 

Sheil, JohnA 124 

Shekerjian, Maj. Haig 37 

Shelbv, William S 122 

Shelley, Ralph S.. 73 

Shelton, Arthur B 141 

Shelton, James E 07 

Shepard, P:d\vin C 73 

Shepard, Frank E 21 

Shepherd, Edwin A 106 

Sheppard, H. R 13 

Sheppard, William B 132 

Sherier, Julius M 64 

Sherman, Carl E 87 

Sherman, Edward A 70 

Sherman, Edward C 46 

Sherman, John B 16 

Sherman, Wells A _ 79 

Sherrard, Thomas H. 73 

Sherrill, Lt. Col. Clarence 

0.._ 113,117,118 

Sherwell, Guillermo A 109 

Sherwood, Henry G_. 22 

Sherwood, W. T 14 

Shiblev, James G 82 

Shields, Robert W 74 

Shilling, Alphonso W 64 

Shiner, Vernon J 82 

Shinkle, Lt. Col. Edward M. 40 

Shinn, Erwin H 61 

Shipley, Trajan A 67 

Shipman, Truman G 64 

Shipman, W. S 106 

Shockley, Lt. Col. M. A. W.. 30 

Shockley, W. T... 94 

Shoemaker, Joseph M 111 

Shoemaker, Thomas B 94 

Shoemaker, Rear Adm. Wil- 
liam R 45 

Shook, Daniel J 43 

Shook, Roy B : 115 

Short, Col. Walter C 40 

Shortley; M. J 106 

Shoup, Arthur G.._ 131 

Shrout, Sam F 104 

Shuck, Walter L 17 

Shuman, Lt. Col. John B_.. 28 

Shumway, Daniel G.. 68 

Sibley, Samuel H 132 

Siddons, Frederick L 141 



Siegmund , William C 66 

Slier, Lt. Col. Joseph F 30 

Simkins, Capt. T. D 32 

Simkins, Verne 45 

Simmons, Benjamin T IS 

Simmons, Melvin H 16 

Simmons, Rush D _. 43 

Simms, Capt. L. L 30 

Simon, L. A. 22 

Simons, Charles C 134 

Simpson, Alva A 71 

Simpson, Charles D 71 

Simpson, Friench 24 

Simpson, G. R 90 

Sinclair, James 99 

Sisson, Fred E.. 51 

Sittel, Albert C 131 

Skidmore, Don I 65 

Skidmore, E. J_. 97 

Skinner, C. A 86 

Skinner, Frank C 89 

Skinner, G. C 106 

Skinner, William W 74 

Slade, William Adams 7 

Sladen, Maj. Gen. F. W 37 

Slaton, John M., jr 106 

Slattery, John L 135 

Slattery, W. L 98 

Slaughter, J. Pemberton 64 

Slaughter, W. H 25 

Slentz, Samuel D 112 

Slick, Thomas W 133 

Smead, Edward L 103 

Smeby, Alfred B 81 

Smelser, Wilham H 99 

Smiley, Daniel 59 

Smith, A. R 89 

Smith, Addison T 125 

Smith, Arthur. 18 

Smith, Arthur E 15 

Smith, Arthur N 67 

Smith, Bertrand E 77 

Smith, Brainerd B 51 

Smitl;, Col. Charles C 39 

Smith, Charles P 105 

Smith, Charles R 51 

Smith, Clarence B 61 

Smith, Clifford W. 98 

Smith, D. E 106 

Smith, Dallas B- 107 

Smith, Delos G 134 

Smith, Douglas 130 

Smith, Edwin F 73 

Smith, Emmit I 82 

Smith, Ernest R 75 

Smith, Erwin F 70 

Smith, F.C... 23 

Smith, Frank D 61 

Smith, Frank F 56 

Smith, Franklin H 103 

Smith, Fred G.... 81 

Smith, George Otis 54 

Smith, George W 43 

Smith, Glenn S 55,59 

Smith, Granville.- 32 

Smith, Brig. Gen. H. A 115 

Smith, II. A. A 112 

Smith, H. F 25 

Smith, Brig. Gen. Harry A... 27 

Smith, Harry D 19 

Smith, Henry 133 

Smith, Henrv B 85 

Smith, Herbert A 71 

Smith, Herbert M 67 

Smith, Homer 58 

Smith, Horace H 42 

Smith, Irving D 51 

Smith, James F 141 

Smith, Jesse W 53 

Smith, John H... 101 

Smith, John M 22 

Smith, Maj. John N., jr 28 

Smith, John Speed 95 

Smith, Judson T._- 100 

Smith, Maj. L. Meriwether. 29 

Smith, Lt. Col. Lloyd C 30 

Smith, Loren B 76 

Smith, Noel W 58 



Smith, Lt. Col. P. L 29 

Smith, Philips 55. 

Smith, Ralph I 82 

Smith, Ray L.. 102 

Smith, Raymond U 136 

Smith, Robert L 68 

Smith, Rollin E 83 

Smith, Samuel B 49 

Smith, Sawyer A 134 

Smith, Shelby 93 

Smith, Sidney F.. 89 

Smith, Sydney E 27 

Smith, William A_. 6 

Smith, William H 58 

Smith, William H 110 

Smith, William M 46 

Smith, Lt. Col. William O... 29 

Smith, William Wolff 106 

Smither, Brig. Gen. Henry C. 113 

Smithers, Clarence G 139 

Smithers, E. W 11 

Smoot, Reed 105 

Smyth, Patrick U 64 

Snead, William E 14 

Snell, Charles L 47 

Snell, Edward B 31 

Snider, M. F 14 

Snipes, Frank L 87 

Snook, John W 42 

Snow, Maj. Gen. William J.. 28 

Snvder, Arvel R 53 

Snyder, Charles B 58 

Snyder, Charles L 111 

Snyder, Clarence T 67 

Snyder, Edgar C 132 

Snyder, Frederic 52 

Snyder, John P 87 

Snvder, Rudolph 68 

Snyder, William R 84 

Solberg. Thorvald 7 

Soldan, Carlos E. Paz 125 

Soleau, William L 94 

Solcnberger, Edith Reeves... 94 

Somers, John B 71 

Sonn, Rear Adm. Thomas J. 115 

Soper, Morris A 134 

Soper, Richard W... 108 

Sorensen, Harry 86 

Sornborger, Charles B.. 42 

Soter, George F 104 

Soto, Carlos Franco 36,138 

Soule, S. B... 55 

Southworth, Frederic W 46 

Spalding, Lt. Col. George R. 31 

Spalsbury, Ross L 52 

Spamer, Arthur L 134 

Speaks, Charles 100 

Speek, Peter A. 7 

Speelman, Harley V 13 

Speelman, Martin R 6 

Spellier, Louis A 15 

Spencer, C. J 90 

Spencer, F. W^ 97 

Spencer, George C 74 

Spencer, H. A 25 

Spencer, James H 64 

Spencer, L. A 53 

Spencer, O. M 26 

Spencer, R. R 25 

Spencer, Walter 51 

Spiegel, J. B 56 

Spilman, Wilham R 43 

Spindler, Harvey H 64 

Spindler, John E 68 

Spofford, Charles B., jr 86 

Spoft'ord, Charles W 107 

Sprague, E. K 23 

Spratt, Robert D 25 

Springmeyer, Cieorge 135 

Sl>rinkle, Joshua L 122 

Spry, ^\ illiam 50 

Squire, F.arl C 85 

Stabler, Herman... 55 

Stacher, Samuel F... 53 

Stackpole, M. R 56 

Stafford, Wendell P 141 

Staley, Frank C. 43 

Staley, Wilham F 60 



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Stallings, Lt. Col. Amos R . . 40 

Standi, William A - 10 

Standley, Capt. William 

H 45, 115 

Stanion, Ralph P 53 

Stanley, Col. D. S 116 

Stanley, Louise. 81 

Stansbury, William Riley... 129 
Stansfield, Lt. Col. James H 38 

Stanton, T. W 55 

Stanton, William H 80 

Staples, Charles F 96 

Starek, Fred 104 

Starr, Robert C... 93 

Starratt, Andrew W 13 

Staub, Alvin F 66 

Staufter, George A 1 37 

Stearns, Capt. Clark D 48 

Stearns, E. Willey 13 

Steddon, Rice P. 65 

Steele, Jack W.... 55 

Steele, Orin D 77 

Steele, Rav C 77 

Steese, Maj. Charles M 33 

Steese, Maj. James G 31, 102 

Steiger, George 55 

Steis, Capt. Edmund G 38 

Stejneger, Leonhard 119 

Stephan, George 132 

Stephens, Francis H 120 

Stephens, James A 15 

Stephens, John M 70 

Stephens, Redmond D 14 

Stephenson, L. W 55 

Siephl, Otto E 77 

Sterhng, George A 123 

Sternhagen, John M 105 

Sterrett, Lt. Col. Robert 29 

Steuart, William M 84 

Stevens, Carl 53 

Stevens, Gilbert B.. 51,131 

Stevens, W. H. S 104 

Ste ven.s, Walter S _ . 52 

Stevenson, Donald H 78 

Stevenson, Joseph H 61 

Stevenson, Perry J 85 

Stevenson, William R 17 

Stewart, Adelia M 13 

Stewart, Andrew 113 

Stewart, B. D 55 

Stewart, Ethel bert 93 

Stewart, F. C_... 29 

Stewart, Col. George E 39 

Stewart, Harry H 21 

Stewart, Joseph 43 

Stewart, Mary 95 

Stewart, P. M.. 25 

Stewart, Sidney S 72 

Stewart, Stella 103 

Stewart, W. W.. 103 

Stewart, Walter J 69 

Stewart, Wilham P 64 

Stewart, Worthington E 12 

Stick, Henry L 107 

Sticknev, Fenner S 83 

Sticknev, Maj. H. H., jr 31 

Stickney, Henry L.. 108 

Stikeleather, Horace H 18 

Stiles, Charles Warden. 26 

Stiles, George W., jr 68 

Stillwell, E. D 101 

Stillwell, John D 69 

Stilson, G. Warren 93 

Stimpson, W. G 23 

Stimson, A. M.. 23 

Stimson, Maj. Julia C 30 

Stine, Oscar C 79 

Stirhng, Harold V 106 

Stitt, Rear Adm. Edward R. 46 

Stockberger, Warner W 60, 70 

Stocker, Leopold 106 

Stockier, Bernhard J. 67 

Stoddard, Malcolm L 106 

Stoddard, Samuel W... 73 

Stokey, Lt. Col. William P. 32,38 

Stoll, A. ^\ 102 

StoU, Louis J 122 

Stone, C. P.. 98 

Stone, D. A 20 

59927—2 5t 12 



stone. Col. E. R 114 

Stone, Harlan Fisk 129 

Stone, John T 20 

Stone, Kimbrough 130 

Stone, Comdr. Raymond 47 

Stone, W. H 101 

Stoneburner, William H 74 

Stoner, G. W '.. 23 

Storey, Henry. _ 121 

Stott, William G 122 

Stoutcmyer, Bernard E 56 

Strack, .\lbert.. 83 

Strahorn, Arthur T 75 

Stratton, George E 56 

Stratton, S. W_ ....• 114 

Strauss, Ober G 80 

Straver, Lt. Col. Thorne 28 

Street, Thomas A.... 36 

Strench, William G 94 

Stromberg, Lt. Comdr. W. T. 22 

Strone, Charles M.. 64 

Stryker, C. L.. 102 

Stuart, George 130 

Stuart, James E 124 

Sturges, Col. E. A 29 

Sturges, Merton,A.._ 94 

Sturgess, Edward L 15 

Styer, Freas 21 

Sudbrink, Ernest A 17 

Suffecool, Jeremiah L 53 

Suit, Frisbie T 67 

Sullivan, Andrew J 123 

Sullivan, D. A 99 

Sullivan, Daniel J 58 

Sullivan, Del L 94 

Sullivan, Francis P 43 

Sullivan, Harvey... 131 

Sullivan, Jeremiah A 122 

Sullivan, Jerry B 20 

Sullivan, John J.. 59 

Sullivan, Maj. Johns 36 

Sullivan, M. R 00 

Sullivan, Richard H 64 

Sullivan, Walter A 68 

Summerall, Maj. Gen. 

Charles P 38 

Summers, John L 13 

Summers, Melvin B 64 

Sundback, John 51,131 

Surratt, Andrew J 80 

Sutherin, John W 44 

Sutherland, George 129 

Sutton, Leon G.... 64 

Svrackhamer, Walter B 108 

Swanger, Charles H 67 

Swanson, James V 111 

Swanson, John W 89 

Sweeney, A. R 25 

Sweeney, Terence H 43 

Sweet, E. A 24 

Sweet, Harriet M 109 

Sweetser, Charles H 78 

Sweetser, Harvey A 86 

Sweitzer, Nelson B 50 

Swengel, Edward 54 

Swift, Theodore T 72 

Swindle, Anthony J 17 

Swingle, Walter T 70 

Switzer, John B 96 

Sylvester, Albert H 73 

Symes, John Foster 132 

T 

Taft, William Howard... 125,129 

Taggart, Earl 112 

Tait, Galen L 1 5 

Talbott, William W 64 

Talmage, Kenneth C 78 

Talman, Charles F 62 

Tandy, Elon F 107 

Tannehill, Ivan R 64 

Tanner, James 124 

Tanner, W. F 25 

Tappan, J. W 25 

Tarr, Leonard M 64 

Tarskey, Chaplain Benja- 
min J 28 

Tate, H.T 13 

Tate, Mary A 6 



Taw, C. B 100 

Tawse, A. C 123 

Taylor, Alfred E 74 

Taylor, Augustus C 1 24 

Taylor, David W 114 

Taylor, K. C 91 

Taylor, Eli F 51 

Taylor, (}. A 31 

Taylor, George C 138 

Taylor, George E 60 

Taylor, George R 30 

Taylor, Maj. (ien Harry.. 30, 118 

Taylor, Henry M 80 

Taylor, John B 71 

Taylor, Rear Adm. M. M... 45 

Taylor, Nathaniel R. ... .. 64 

Taylor, Robert William.. 51,131 

Taylor, Thomas R 64 

Taylor, Thomas R 84 

Taylor, W illiani A 69 

Tebbetts, Col. Harry H 28 

Teeple, Arthur R 64 

Teicher, John G 111 

Temple, Henry W 59 

Templeton, Richard H 136 

Ten Eyck, William C 79 

Tennant, A. A. 99> 

Tenney, Charles H 33 

Tenny, Llovd S 79 

Tepfer, De Lois G 6d 

Tcrhune, Hugh W 78 

Terrell, Robert H 123 

Terrell, William D 88 

Terry, Prentiss M 86 

Teufel, W. C 25 

Tewksbury, Howard H 86 

Thacher, Thomas D 136. 

Thacker, O 102 

Thackrey, William E 52 

Thayer, W. W.... 87 

Theile, Karl . 5» 

Theobald, Frank E 66. 

Thiel, Frank J. F 13. 

Thiessen, Capt. Alfred H 41 

Thom, Charles 74, 

Thorn, W.T.,jr 55. 

Thomas, Curtis W 34 

Thomas, Edwin S 132 

Thomas, Jesse 94 

Thomas, Thomas 93 

Thomas, Walter W 64, 

Thomas, William H 87 

Thompkins, J. G 99^ 

Thompson, Bertis B 30. 

Thompson, Edwin C... 64 

Thompson, Emery J 76- 

Thompson, Harry Q 66 

Thompson, Helen M 83^ 

Thompson, Herbert L 48 

Thompson, Huston 104 

Thompson, J. Whitaker 137 

Thompson, Jack 135 

Thompson, James A 132 

Thompson, James Wesley 133 

Thompson, John B 61 

Thompson, L. A 115 

Thompson, L. R 24 

Thompson, Laura A 93 

Thompson, Lewis B 16 

Thompson, Manly G_ 60 

Thompson, Samuel H 19 

Thompson, W. H. Seward... 138 

Thompson, W. Norman 13 

Thompson, W. T 87 

Thompson, William. 68 

Thomson, A. S 107 

Thomson, Charles G 57 

Thorn, John M 57 

Thornton, D. C 98 

Thurber, R. T 21 

Thurber, W. L... 90 

Thurman, M. Bert 15 

Thurston, Troy G.. 17 

Tidwell, Henry M.... 63 

Tidwell, W.H 20. 

Tierney, Edward Norton 66 

Tigert, JohnJ 54,108 

Tillman, Lewis 106, 

Tilton, Warren L... 44, 



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Timilty, Joseph F 18 

Timmons, Kollie 16 

Tingley, Franklin G..._ 62 

Tippcns, Guy B .' 36 

Tisdel, Alton P 6 

Titus, Maj. Isaac E 39 

Tobin, Richard F 123 

Tod, Comdr. V.. W 101 

Todd, Capt. Irvin V 30 

TofTey, Col. John J 23 

Tolbert, Joseph A 138 

Toll, Roger W 57 

Tolman, George E 93 

Tomb, Capt. J. H 101 

Tomlin, R. R 25 

Tomlinson, Owen A.. 57 

Tomlinson, V. W 95 

Tompkins, Samuel J.. 16 

Tompkins, Maj. William F.. 31 

Toms, Raymond E 78 

Tonkin, George... 77 

Tooze, Walter L., sr 51 

Torres, Luis P. 36 

Torrev, Ear! G 52 

Totten, George E 67 

Totten, Ralph J 12 

Tough, F. B 55 

Towers, C. M 120 

Towner, Horace M 36 

Townsond, Col. C. McD 31 

Townsend, Charles 03 

Townsend, J. G 25 

Townsend, Norris L 69 

Townshend, Col. Orval P... 36 

Tozer, Capt. Charles M 49 

Tracy, L. J... 102 

Tracy, Laura L... ill 

Tracy, Louis D... 92 

Tracy, Robert C 105 

Tracy, William H 65 

Traeger, Maj. Charles H 33 

TraU, William W 47 

Traramell, C. M 105 

Trask, J. W 24 

Traut, Capt. F. .A 48 

Traylor, James G 119 

Treadwav, W. L 25 

Trench, Capt. M. E 49 

Trent, Lt. Col. Grant T 39 

Trieber, Jacob 131 

Triem, William E 43 

Trierschicld, Peter 58 

Trimble. H. E 25 

Tripp, Louis H 106 

■Trippe, Maj. n. M 31 

Troie, F. .A. 26 

Trone, Winson O.. 66 

Trotter, Charles F... 43 

Trotter, Clyde P 82 

Trotter, George A 53 

Trotter, Samuel B 05 

Truby, Col. Albert E 40 

True, Alfred C _ 61 

True, Webster T 119 

Truesdell, Joliu N 52 

Truesdell, Leon E 84 

Trumbowcr, Henry R 78 

"Trussell, S. L_ 105 

Tryon, F.M_^ 90 

Tuck, Richard W_ 68 

Tucker, Charles F 94 

Tucker, G. P 89 

Tucker, Irvin B 136 

Tucker, L. W 25 

Tucker, Wendell P 124 

Tucker, William J 103 

Tuckwiller, R. H 67 

Tudor, Clinton G -. 50 

Tuft, Lorado 117 

Tullis, John R 43 

Tulloch, John C 19 

Turnbull, Maj. William A... 36 

Turner, F. C 25 

Turner, Scott 91 

Turner, W. L 88 

Turnipseed, D. C... 24 

"Turrentine, John W 75 

'Tattle, Arthur J 134 

• Juttle, William W 94 



Tyler, James C 135 

Tyler, Maj. M. C 31 

Tyrer, Arthur J 88 

Tyson, A. H 124 

U 

Uberroth, Capt. P. H 22 

Ucker, Clement S 59 

Udy, Stanley H 109 

Uhler, George 89 

Ummel, Jacob R 56 

Underwood, F. T 99 

Underwood, Norman 22 

Underwood, Lt. Col. S. S 32 

Unger, Ellwood E.. 65 

Unmacht, Capt. George F... 36 

Unson, Cipriano E . 36 

Unson, Miguel 36 

Upchurch, O. C. 52 

Upson, William F 85 

V 

Van Atta, Clyde H 87 

Van Beeck, G. J 26 

Vance, James J 135 

Vance, John T., jr 7 

Van Cleave, William E 54 

Van Dervoort, Warren C 44 

Van Devanter, Willis 129 

Van Doren, Nathaniel G 20 

Van Duyne, Col. Frederick 

W 29,41 

Van Fleet, Vernon W 104 

Van Fossen, John R 103 

Van Heuvel, John W 131 

Van Law, Durbin. 107 

Van Norman, Louis E 86 

Van Nostrand, W., jr 89 

Van Orsdel, Josiah A 141 

van Siclen, Mathew.. 91 

Van Valkenburgh, ArbaS... 130 

van Vollenhoven, C 110 

VanVoorhis, Lt. Col.DanieL 27 

Van Voorhis, James R.. 18 

Van Waeenen, James H 110 

Van Wickel, Jesse F 86 

Van Winkle, Mina C 122 

Varley, Thomas 92 

Vaughan, Dan C 26 

Vaughn, Alice _. 58 

Vaux, George, jr 59 

Veitch, Fletcher P 74 

Veldee, M.V 25 

Venters, John 54 

Ventura, Honorio 36 

Vermillion. E. F 124 

Vermillion, Leslie B 69 

Verrill, Charles H 112 

Vest, George B 103 

Victory, John F 114 

Vihamor. Ignacio 36 

Villa-Real, .\ntonio 36 

Vincent. W. S 87 

Vincent, Wendell 75 

Vipond, Kenneth C 111 

Visart, E. V 77 

Vivian, John F 18 

Voegtlin, Carl 26 

Vogel, C. W 24 

Vogel. Jacob 66 

Vogel, Theodore R 32 

Vogt, Evon Z.__ 58 

Von Dahm, Howard C 107 

von der Decken. Melchior 109 

Vonderlehr, R. A. _ 26 

von Herrmann. Charles F 65 

von Lewinski, Karl 109 

Von Nerta, George O 22 

Voorheis, Elmer W 134 

Voorhies, E. W 89 

Voris, Lt. Col. Alvin C. 34 

Vose, Elisha C 65 

Voshell, James T 78 

Votaw, William I... 43 

W 

Wadden, Thomas A 97 

Wadden, Vincent R., jr 17 



Waddill, Edmund, jr 129 

Wade, Martin J 134 

Wade, R. A.. 102 

Wade, William S 51 

Wadsworth, C. W 115 

Waggoner, Capt. Harry L... 40 

Wagner, C. C ii 

Wagner, Col. Henry S 38 

Wagner, J. H. 94 

Wagner, Jonathan H .54 

Wagner, William H 93 

Wagoner, C. Otto 67 

Wahl, Brig. Gen. Lutz 28 

Wainwright, D. B 88 

Wait, C. B.. 21 

Waite, Byron S 20 

Waite, Merton B 70 

Walcott, Charles D 114,119 

Waldron, Col. .\lbert E.... .32,39 

Waldron, Bion L 65 

Wales, George R Ill 

Wales, H. Basil 72 

Walker, Ernest P 76 

Walker, Francis 104 

Walker, John P 50 

Walker, Maj. Gen. Kenzie W. 29 

Walker, Col. M. L 101 

Walker, P. H- 86 

Walker, R. H 107 

Walker, Richard W 129 

Walker, Thomas L. 19 

Walker, W. Ancel 52 

Wall, Lt. Col. George L... 33,40 

Wallace, Benjamin B 103 

Wallace, C. B 121 

Wallace, Col. Charles S 34 

Wallace, George W 121 

Wallace, J. F 108 

Wallace, James K 6 

Wallace, Maj. John... 101 

Wallen, Shade E.. 52 

Waller, C. E 25 

Wallich, Claudius 87 

Wallington, Maj. Edward . 

C 36,41 

Walsh, Daniel M 75 

Walsh, J. W 96 

Walsh, James L 33 

Walsh, John Henry 97 

Walsh, John M 122 

Walter, Harrv K 67 

Walter, Jacob D 132 

Walter, L. D 124 

Walter, Raymond F._ 56 

Walters, John T 16 

Walton, A. D 140 

Walton, William R. 76 

Warburton, Clyde W 60,61 

Ward, Albert _. 133 

Ward, Florence E 61 

Ward, Herbert S 105 

Ward, J. Ray 139 

Ward. Joseph H.. 108 

Ward, Rippon W.._. 136 

Ward, Walter 56 

Warfield, H. P 137 

Warfield, William .A. 59 

Waring, C. H 25 

Waring, L. H... 104 

Warner, H. J 24 

Warner, Rebecca P 121 

Warrack. Robert 88 

Warren, Benjamin S 24 

Warren, Charles E 43 

Warren, Leslie A 65 

Warwick, Jack W. 78 

Washburn. Donald F 100 

Washington, Rear Adm. 

Thomas 48 

Wasson, James Max 51 

Watens, Henry H 103 

Watkins, Henry H 138 

Watkins, R. M 98 

Watson, George S 123 

Watson, Osborne S... 86 

Watson, P. G 89 

Watson, Paul H 20 

Watson, Robert 95 

Watson, Roy R 101 



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Watts, Lyle F 72 

Waugh, R. L 25 

Wayson, N. E 25 

Weaver, Uerman D 16 

Weaver, Maj. W. R... 35 

Webb, Alan Q 82 

Webb, Edwin Yates 130 

Webber, Col. Henry A 38 

AVeber, ITenry S 68 

Weber, Henrv W G 

Weber, Rudolph C. E.. 56 

Weber, William 62 

Weber, William J 1?. 

Webster, J. Stanley 139 

Webster, N. P '. 11 

Wocdin, Luther.--- 94 

Weeks, Maj. Henry J 29 

Weeks, John R 65 

Weeks, Lt. Ool. William C. 32, 39 

Weidman, Robert H 71 

Weigle, William G- 73 

AVeikcrt, Gerald V 104 

Weisbrod, E. Harry 58 

Weiss, Andrew 56 

Welch, W.C... 93 

Welch, William A 59 

Weldon, L. O 25 

Weller, George E 20 

Wells, Brig. Gen. Briant H.. 28 

Wells, Edward L 65 

Wells, Col. F. L-- 113 

Wells, Florence B 93 

Wells, Frank O..- -. 116 

Wells, HeberM 97,100 

Wells, Herbert R 77 

Wells, Ira K..- 138 

Wells, r^teade R 80 

Wells, Roy A- 66 

Wells, Col. Rush S — . 37 

Wellshear, William S.- 131 

Wenchel, John P 60 

Wende, Bernhard P.-- 66 

Wentz, Herbert B- 54 

Wescott, Orville D 106 

Wesson, Col. C. M 32 

West, Carl J 79 

West, Du Val— - 139 

West, Maj. P. W 116 

West, Ralph C 65 

Westenhaver, D. C -. 137 

Westfahl, Frederick C, jr— - 140 

Westgate, John M- 61 

Westgate, Vernon V.- -. 80 

Weston, Frederick F 13 

Westover, Howard B 19 

Westover, Maj. O 35 

Wetherill, John 58 

Wetmore, Alexander -- 119 

Wetmore, James A 22,113 

Whaley, Lt. Col. .'Arthur M. 41 

Whalin, Charles V - 79 

Whall, Edward G.-- 6 

Wharton, A. O 96 

Wharton, Col. Ira J ., 29 

Wharton, William R. M 75 

Wheat, J. H- 118 

Wheatlev, J. W— - -.. 20 

Wheatley, Walter 94 

Wheeler, Edward N 20 

Wheeler, G. A 25 

Wheeler, Col. Jo-seph, jr 28 

Wheeler, Maj. R. A -. 124 

Wheeler, William A 79 

Wherry, Edgar T -. 74 

White, Charles P 85 

White, Edward 14 

White, Eugene R 43 

White, EwerS--- 137 

White, Francis 12 

White, Frank- 13 

White, H. F 24 

White, Col. Herbert A - 39 

White, Herbert H 18 

White, J. H - 23 

White, James A 133 

White, John R -.- 57 

White, Luther Clark 42 

White, M.J 23 

White, Mark S- 107 



White, Richard J 140 

White, Robe Carl 93 

White, S(»tt 139 

White, WiUiara A 58 

Whitehead, E. B 77 

Whitehead, Col. Henry C-.. 29 

Whitehead, Lawrence C 77 

Whitehead, Robert F 89 

Whilchill, Henry C 19 

Whitehorno, Edward W 46 

Whiteside, Henry H --. 81 

Whiteside, Col. Warren W.. 41 

Whitham, James G_ 71 

Whitledge, Herbert E-- 108 

V/hitlock, Bert W 81 

Whitlock, Claude R 53 

Whitmire, R.J - 100 

Whitney, First Lt. Charles E 33 

Whitney, Charles F-.- 54 

Whituev, Milton 75 

Whitney, Paul C- 88 

Whitney, Preston S 78 

Whitteiiiore, Walter L 56 

Whittier, Bernard B 65 

Whittington, J. M. S- 134 

Whittle, Thomas W 20 

Wiant, Charles R 87 

Wiatt, F. C— - 89 

Wickes, n. W 24 

Widdifleld, Edward 109 

Widlon, John -... 51 

Widmeyer, James I.-- 65 

Wiedenmann, Andrew -- 19 

Wiegand, Charles L 16 

Wieland, E.J - 107 

Wiggins, Ernest 82 

Wight, Fred W- 14 

W'ilbor, Leon M- - 106 

Wilbur, Curtis D.. 45, 105, 115. 117 

Wilcox, Howard 23 

Wilde, Walter J 19 

V>"iley, Lt. Col. N. J- 36 

Wilkerson, James H.-- 133 

Wilkes, Maj. Gilbert Van B. 31 

Wilkins, Capt. Harold S 33 

Wilkins, Lydia K 83 

Wilkinson, Alfred D 54 

Wilkinson, Alonzo H -. 15 

Wilkinson, F. D 59 

Wilkinson, Garnet C- 122 

Willahan, Wilham C 53 

Willard. Clara--. 58 

Willcuts, Levi M 15 

Willebrandt, Mrs. Mabel 

AValker - 42 

Wihev, Harry P- -. 54 

Willev, Wilford B - 71 

Willhite, Oscar C 107 

Williams, Al. F-.- 134 

W'illiams, Albert C- 21 

Williams, Burr G 6 

Williams, Maj. Gen. C.C-.. 32 

Williams, C.F 55 

Williams, Maj. C. F 31 

Williams, C.L 24 

Williams, Charles N 131 

Williams, Clyde E 92 

Wilhams, Brig. Gen. Dion... 47 

Wilhams, Edwin R 132 

WiUiams, Col. Ezekiel J 36 

Williams, Frank L 107 

Williams, Harold P 134 

WiUiams, Harris S 136 

Williams, Col. Herbert O 28 

WiUiams, L. L -. 23 

Wilhams, L. L.,jr-- -. 25 

WiUiams, R. C 25 

WiUiams, R. L 137 

WiUiams, Robert L.-- 120 

WiUiams, Robert W.- 60 

Williams, Roger P- 44 

WiUiams, Rov B 134 

WiUiams, Walter A 83 

Williamson, Harry V 19 

WiUiamson, OUver B 43 

Williamson, Thomas 133 

WiUing, Lt. Col. Wildurr. 32,41 

Willis, John K 112 

WiUits, Leonard B 17 



Wills, II. Morrill 65 

Willsou, George H 65 

Wilmartli, Raymond O 122 

Wilmer, Joseph Carlisle 17 

Wilmot, Wilson E 112 

Wilson, Clemmie B 60 

Wilson, David, E 91 

Wilson, Edward V 18 

W^ilsou, Maj. Erie M 28 

Wilson, George N.. 65 

Wilson, George S. 123 

Wilson, Henry I., jr 22 

Wilson, Howard C 68 

Wilson, Hugh R- 12 

Wilson, J. G 25 

Wilson, J. Oscar. 69 

Wilson, James C-. 139 

Wilson, James R- 122 

Wilson, John W 136 

Wilson, Leo A--- 67 

Wilson, Meredith C 61 

Wilson, Milburn L . 79 

W^ilson, Philip St. J 78 

Wilson, R. L 24 

Wilson, Ralph A-. 16 

Wilson, Stanley F 72 

Wilson, Stewart Ill 

Wilson, Thomas T 19 

Wilson, W 98 

Wilson, Wilford M 65 

Wilson, WiUiam W 105 

Wilver, Edward J- 6 

Wimer, John W-- 120 

Winn, Dennis-- 87 

Winn, Frederic 72 

Winn, James A. 107 

Winne, Walter G 136 

Winslow, Barclay C 75 

Winslow, Carlile P 71 

Winslow, Francis A.. 136 

Winston, Garrard B.. 13, 105, 125 

Winter, Henry-. 34 

Winters, Edwin E 51 

Wintersmith, Charles E 95 

Wires, S.P_-- 87 

Wise, Mrs. Grace B 15 

Wixon, Irving F... 93 

Wohlen, Paul A 71 

Wolcott, C. L- - 91 

Wolcott, John D- 54 

Wolf, Adolph G-- 36,138- 

Wolf, Ernest T-. 71 

Wolfe, Charles --^ 75 

Wolfe, Kenneth 71 

Wolverton, Charles E 137 

Wonders. James C 78 

Wood, Charles S-- 65 

Wood, George H-- -. 115 

Wood, George L 44 

Wood, Leonard 36 

Wood, Will S-._ 19 

Wood, WilUam C-- 44 

Wood, Col. Winthrop S 29 

Woodcock, Amos W. W 134 

Woodfill, Web- 104 

Woodhead, PhiUip V 72 

Woodloch, Thomas F-. 96 

Woodman, Stillman E 134 

Woodrough, Joseph W 135 

Woodruff, Col. James A 41 

Woods, Mrs. Harriet de K... 7 

Woods, Walter O-.. 13 

W^oodside, R. G 108 

Woodward, Col. John E..,.. 37 

Woodward, Ray L Ill 

Woodward, Thompson E 69 

Woodworth, Fred L 15 

Woolev, Herbert C 58 

Woolfolk, George H 67 

WooUev, R. R_.- 56 

WooUev, Victor B- 129 

Work, Hubert. 50, 59, 102, 105, 115 

Workman, Siegel 140 

Worlev, E. A- 98 

Worley, J. F 25 

Worsham, Capt. Ludson D.. 31 

Worthley, Leon H 76 

Wotherspoon, John 54 

Wouters, Herman H 18 



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Wrenn, Augustus C. 46 

Wright, Adam H 73 

Wright, Ben... 36 

Wright, Ernest C 17 

Wright, Henry H 6 

Wright, J. Butler 12 

Wright, J. C 108 

Wright, J. George 53 

Wright, John B 131 

Wright, Maitland S 113 

Wright, Marsden 65 

Wright, O. A.... 54 

Wright, Orville. 114 

Wright, William D 67 

Wuest, Albert 16 

Wulff, J. v.. 73 

Wurtz, George B 65 

Wyatt, Walter- 103 

Wyckoff, Stephen N... 70 

Wyland, Will L 65 

Wylie, Alexander. 96 

Wyllie, Col. Robert E 39 

Wyman, W. I- 90 



. Y 

Yaden, James G ». Ill 

Yarnall, Ira T 74 

Yarrington, William F 44 

Yates, Col. Arthur W.. 40 

Yates, Joseph T._ _ 87 

Yates, Chaplain Julian E 28 

Yauch, Charles F 103 

Yeandle, Lt. Comdr. S. S.... 22 

Yellowley, Edward C. 18 

Yeomans, Evelyn L 84 

Yolie, H. Stanford 79 

Youmans, Frank .i 131 

Young, Arthur N 12 

Young, Charles S 53 

Young, Floyd D 62 

Young, G.B-- 23 

Young, Maj. G. R... 32 

Young, George M... 20 

Young, J. M.. 18 

Young, Leon G 47 

Young, S. A. M.. 54 



Young, Stanley P. 77 

Young, Walker R 56 

Young, Willis H 42. 

Youngberg, Lt. Col. Gilbert 

A--_ 31 

Youngblutt, Frederick C 56 

Yount, Maj. Barton K 35 

Yount, F. H 20 

Z 

Zalinski, Brig. Gen. M.Gray. 29 

Zannelli, Augustus 50 

Zappone, Almerico 60 

Zeller, Robert A... 74 

Zerbst, Fred 42 

Ziebach, Charles M.. 52 

Ziegler, M.V 25 

Zimmerman, Harvey J 84 

Zimmerman, Reuben S 77 

Zon, Raphael... 71 

Zook, George F 54 

Zweifel, Henry. 13& 



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